U of M showcases the beauty of clay through MUD, Hands, fire
Piano pop songwriter stops at The Neighbourhood on his cross-Canada tour
Kill Matilda in Winnipeg // Local film premiers // Metis history // Hamlet live // Cannon Bros.’ new album // Rayannah’s new video
Bike Winnipeg to spark discussions at its fundraiser
Most Winnipeggers know Dancing Gabe. Few people encompass the term “local legend” better.
Students with disabilities still face accessibility issues
You might have noticed by now that we don’t publish a lot about national or international news or events. It’s not a hard and fast rule, but often when we’re looking at which stories to include in this week’s issue, we strive to include those with some kind of local tie.
On Sept 29, CBC/Radio-Canada held their Annual Public Meeting at the University of Winnipeg. Earlier in the day, CBC/Radio-Canada president Hubert Lacroix met with The Uniter and Le Réveil to share his thoughts about the CBC, the current state of journalism and the job market for young reporters.
Ocosomoso was beamed down to Earth to investigate the planet and its current conditions. This comic strip chronicles that investigation as Ocosomoso explores his surroundings and relays off-base observations back to the mothership.
Maryam “I’m kind of simple, and yet chic.”
Brian Bowman’s opening remarks to his National Summit on Racial Inclusion, an event organized in the response to the Maclean’s article exposing Winnipeg’s racism, set up the tone of the event and revealed to skeptics a lack of understanding of the structural systems of racism.
N.W.A, American rap group turned international superstars, rose to fame with their controversial lyrics of bitter realities growing up in South Central, Los Angeles circa 1986-92.
The University of Winnipeg is home to dozens of campus clubs and community groups interested in everything from saving Mother Earth to riding on broomsticks.
For six years, Diversity Food Services Inc. at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) led a surge in sustainable food practices at universities across Canada. But in the last three months, the campus catering company tossed two executive chefs, leaving its future uncertain at the beginning of another busy school year.
With more than 500 kids on the waitlist for the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) Day Care, more funding from the provincial government to add extra space can’t come soon enough, the student union says.
The PROFile - Beverley Fehr
When Daily Xtra journalist Graeme Coleman asked actor Tom Hardy about celebrity and sexuality during a TIFF press conference for the film Legend, he didn’t expect it to create a media firestorm.
From rooftops, urban explorers have quite a view. Caleb Ackerman-Stratton’s rooftop adventures started in primary school when he climbed Wolseley School.
Having a downtown campus means University of Winnipeg students can’t shy away from the harsh realities of living in and around the city’s core. One such reality is sexual violence.
Empowering the indigenous vote // Right to know week // Student issues debate // U of W prof nets national history award // Gold star for green building