An illustration by Talia Steele
A comic by Hely Schumann
There's a new moon in Virgo this week. On Thursday, Sept. 17, the new moon will deliver a much-needed dose of practicality and focus, allowing us to see what we need to change about our everyday routines in order to feel more grounded.
Coming forward with allegations of sexual violence, especially against a powerful man, is not easy.
It’s almost impossible to scroll through Twitter or even strike up a conversation without some mention of politics.
Reading literature from various groups and on diverse subjects enables readers to broaden their understanding of themselves.
On Sept. 23 at 12:30 p.m., the University of Winnipeg will host Weweni Dialogue: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing in Times of Pandemic.
The Culture Days festival, particularly Nuit Blanche, may look different this year, but their essential intentions remain the same.
Despite its name, the African Movie Festival in Manitoba (AMFM) offers much more than film screenings.
Pop Up Sandwich Shop // Art in the Park // Norval Morrisseau at Urban Shaman // Over the Top // Joy is more than just a feeling // Architecture + Design Film Festival
The closure of bookstores earlier this year cancelled many book launches and changed how readers bought and how publishers marketed books.
Mars in retrograde begins September 9
Years ago, I noticed a shift when I transitioned from working in sports media to writing daily news. I adjusted my tone and spent different hours in the office, but the most striking change happened on Tinder.
“I can’t be grieving. I haven’t lost anyone.”
When the University of Winnipeg officially announced that classes would be almost exclusively online for the 2020 fall semester, Sam Sarty and her team knew that they needed to think outside the box and inside the screen when planning Roll Call.
Back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, many services closed their doors, but the Winnipeg Humane Society (WHS) soldiered on with their essential service of animal care and rescue. During this pandemic, many families have opened their homes to new pets.
Although this year has seen a major shift that impacts every part of life, one band is making it their mission to push through and maintain their goal.
Ian Bawa, local filmmaker and University of Winnipeg grad, is showing a new short film Strong Son at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this month in its combined digital and in-person format.
Heat of the Hand // Empty the Fill! // Closet Space Market // Outdoor Dye Demo // Free Sundays at the WAG // Red Ribbon Walk & Run
Until a few months ago, most students would probably have never imagined that going to university would mean sitting at home and attending a video call with their instructor.