These days, the line between our online and “real” lives can get more and more blurry.
Learning is rarely a solitary practice, even though we’ve come to believe that it is.
Culture can mean art, but it also includes beliefs, ways of life, patterns of thinking and all the behaviours specific to a smaller or larger group. But let’s leave the defining to the dictionary - why are we so focused on covering culture at The Uniter?
We can’t control the weather, but what can we do about our human environment? We’re living in a time of unprecedented social and cultural change. But ultimately, we are all responsible for the world we live in and create through our everyday interactions.
Welcome to our new music issue!
Wondering what that giant number five floating through the paper over the last few weeks is all about?
Whether you love or loathe resolutions, the idea of a fresh start, or finding a seasonal motivation to begin new projects, has its allure.
In this issue, we took our directives from you, the readers. The Uniter 30 showcases the winners from our annual readers poll – winners chosen by you!
Whether it’s to help those in their immediate circle, or those halfway across the world, many Winnipeggers are doing their part to make a difference in this world
The Uniter is run by the Mouseland Press and governed by a volunteer board. The board is a great place to bring visionary ideas for the future of the paper and to practice the skills needed to run a non-profit organization.
This week, we’re opening up nominations for our fourth annual Uniter Fiver music contest.
In a couple of weeks, we’ll hold our first event for this year’s Uniter Speaker Series. Join us on Nov. 21 for “Growing the Urban Landscape,” a panel discussion at the West End Cultural Centre with representatives from various BIZ agencies.
Halloween season is here, and most of the trees have dropped their leaves to show their bare skeletons. In this creepy in-betweeny time that’s not quite fall and not quite winter, we might hermit away a little more or venture out to face those things that scare us. In this issue, we’re exploring some truly scary topics.
We’ve got some fun things in the works in the next few weeks, and we need your help.
This spring, we tried an online-only version of The Uniter for reading week. This fall, we got a second reading week, and so we’re continuing on with this tradition.
Next week we’ll take a break from printing a paper, and we’re moving the weekly Uniter party over to uniter.ca for an online-only issue.
We’re back with a fresh new paper for you! If this whole newspaper business is new to you, welcome! I’ll give you a brief tour.
Although our summers may be shorter here, why not take a chance, try something new, and make the most of it?
This is it, readers. This is The Urban Issue – our last issue of the publication year.
This is our second-to-last issue of this production cycle, but in some ways, it’s also the last of its kind for this year...