Direct Farm is in town // Black History Month around the corner // Women’s March Jan. 21 // Let’s talk Trump // Fentanyl community forums // Little Brown Jug now open
Breaking down student athletic and rec fees
Naima Arab, the coordinator of the Muslim Students Association (MSA), says Muslims are not bad people. She says that unlike how they have been portrayed in the media, Muslims are peaceful.
Teams seeking to build relationships in the community
Grant workshop to help students focus on education
Men come together to combat mental health issues
The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM) is helping ease the arrival of newcomer youth and children in Canada through sports.
Digitalization forum coming to Winnipeg // Province tells craft liquor facilities to look elsewhere // Winnipeg Promise Initiative // Samson pushes for polar bear support // Good Will says goodbye to LPH // Oral history workshop
1. Winnipeg Free Press
2. Red Rising Magazine
3. Stylus Magazine
1. Dodgeball Winnipeg
2. Ultimate Frisbee (Winnipeg Rec League)
1. Michael Champagne
2. Honourable mentions: Devin Bray, Christina Hajjar, Madison Thomas, Mike Green, Ian Bell
1. Manish Pandey, department of economics
2. Honourable mentions: Roewan Crowe, Jim Silver, Rick Skene
1. Robert-Falcon Ouellette
2. Wab Kinew
3. Brian Bowman
1. Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie
2. Tie: Andrew Vineberg / Michael Champagne
1. James Reimer
2. Jonathan Toews
3. Honourable mentions: Desiree Scott, Mark Scheifele, Clara Hughes
With the best office on campus, Dr. Danny Blair has a great view of the year’s first snowfall. According to the geography professor, prairie winters will continue to grow shorter, warmer and wetter as climate change begins to affect our part of the world.
Students can now preserve the history of their grandparents and easily share them with friends.
The Winnipeg Repair Education and Cycling Hub (WRENCH) is revving up for its sixth annual Cycle of Giving (CoG), a 24-hour bike-building marathon held at Rossbrook House Inc. on Dec. 10-11.
In 2010, Eric Olek was inspired to get involved with Winnipeg’s hip-hop and nightlife communities. The creation of his clothing line, Friday Knights Clothing, allowed him to do this.
Fall and winter term dates // Panel discussion on deaths in custody // Equal voice // Theatre dept. opener // Food council on the horizon // Virtuosi for the holidays