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
The University of Winnipeg (U of W) will be seeing off one of its most influential professors at the end of this term as Marilou McPhedran takes on her new role with the Canada Senate.
Most Canadian scholars who finish a PhD won’t go on to work in academia, but maybe that’s not a bad thing.
While a student group at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) continues to rally for divestment from fossil fuels, the school administration and board have closed the door on the possibility of pulling its funding out of oil and gas companies.
Fee to pay for Winnipeg’s new development infrastructure
WE Day is an event that fills the MTS Centre each year, promoting youth engagement in social justice issues. But with such a large crowd, what impact does the message make?
Projects Abroad launch new programs // Pancakes for mental health // Learn about UNDRIP // Movember flag goes up // Self-care through art // Soccer multiplex open
A group of Winnipeggers gathered around Portage Ave and Main St around 4:30 p.m. on Nov 15 in a show of solidarity with protests in North Dakota.
While the American presidential election has most of us thinking politics, professor Dr. Allen Mills does that year-round.
Professor to give lecture on how animals can help us live better
Campus hub reopens, giving cyclists a chance to fix their rides
Village Diner opens in the West End
National conference on homelessness // City hall building named after U of W alum // Power of PJs // U of W heads to sexual violence conference // Half the Sky dinner // Looking at happiness
No, George Fulford doesn’t dig stuff up or look for fossils. Fulford teaches in the anthropology department, and his focus is on language.
If you go into the the University of Winnipeg (U of W) Bryce Hall Chapel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, you will find 10 people sitting in silence in a circle around three LED candle lights. They aren’t praying. They’re meditating.
Annual LGBT* event struggles to sell tickets
PulsePoint app alerts medically trained individuals of emergencies
Steps you can take to avoid fentanyl
City has microbreweries in mind for potential new zoning laws