We looked into the history of the name Wesmen this issue, which involved some digging in the archives and poking around in history books. With all this talk of names and meanings, perhaps this is a good time to also start looking at what a Uniter is.
“I was so tired today, so I wore all black to mourn my sleep.”
Does the Winnipeg Police Service really need all those fancy toys?
Debunking assumptions about sex-selective abortions
Student led TEDx talk on campus
Author Mark Leiren-Young investigates The Killer Whale Who Changed the World
Before taking your rage out on all the wasps buzzing about, it’s important to understand why this useful insect is so in-your-face this time of year.
A breakdown of how the new parking law affects students
City Integrity Commissioner // Peace for West Central // Trees and tots // Learn about Co-op program // Sharing coming out stories // Student group fair
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos has made a name for himself creating absurdist black comedies and delivering on outrageous premises with deadpan seriousness.
It’s no easy feat to make a compelling documentary about a story everyone has followed in the press or online. When everyone knows the ending, a filmmaker has to work to make their audience care about the beginning and the middle.
Enjoy summer’s produce through the winter
The many options for getting local grub
Students go to thrift empires rather than small boutiques.
Musician Sierra Noble returns with new sounds.
ACTRA Awards // Family dance // Our Land // Taken women // Sightless painting
Winnipeg is a city where most creative people can be described as having a “diverse portfolio.” But, even by those standards, Tannis Kelm has a remarkably diverse portfolio.
For those who gravitate toward beauty and fashion, Winnipeg can feel like a stepping stone on the way to a more glamorous city like Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver. But The Peg is in the midst of a makeover montage as local style icons embrace its humble vibe and lead the way in flaunting it.
Do you ever flip through the pages of The Uniter and wonder, “How could I get my work in there? Why don’t they write a story about me?”
Paul Hewak explains how to survive the lunchroom.