The University of Winnipeg (U of W) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017. Throughout those years, the institution has developed an identity that experts say is still evolving.
The University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) Barry Pomeroy manages to be a prolific writer, world traveller and a favourite instructor in the English department, but he will tell you he’s not really a “busy guy.”
The unofficial results of the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) election show one of the biggest voter turnouts in recent years at 13.8 per cent.
As the school year wraps up, many high-achieving University of Winnipeg (U of W) students will likely receive a surprise letter from the Golden Key International Honour Society. The letter offers lifetime honour society membership to the top-scoring 15 per cent of the student body for a one-time fee.
For many women, homelessness doesn’t look like living on the streets. Their struggles are hidden and harder to document.
When seeking out reform or review of public policy, the answer is sometimes found in between the community that calls for reform and the government that executes it.
Government to increase tuition fees // Earth Night at the Good Will // Trivia night fundraiser // New master’s degree offered // Women’s centre looks to community // The lost history of hockey
It’s been nearly 20 years since both the birth of her son and her arrival at the U of W, and Lothian Murray still teaches with a spirit that one who meets her could only describe as joyful.
Gluten-free beer currently has a long way to go, according to University of Winnipeg (U of W) instructor in chemistry Dr. Jamie Galka.
A new University of Winnipeg (U of W) publication has successfully released their first edition.
“When Legalization comes to Winnipeg” is the title of the luncheon hosted by The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce on March 17.
A new bill has been brought forward that aims to change the Missing Persons Act by providing the public with more information about certain missing people.
Community input // Manitobans are pro pot // On shore lunch // Human rights film festival // Giving some with a click // Fools + Horses at the Forks
The University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) Andrea Bedard confirms that sitting is the new smoking, but luckily, the instructor barely has time to do so between teaching, raising a family and advocating for physical activity in the community.
Manitoba's first student-led mental health conference will begin on March 10 at 6 p.m.
The University of Winnipeg (U of W) Greenhouse Art Lab is hosting a sewing group based around the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report. Anybody can stop by and embroider one of the calls to action in the report onto a Canadian flag.
The City of Winnipeg has called for an organic waste collection review that would hold off on compost collection action until after the 2018 election.
A poll conducted by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses says Manitobans are the most optimistic about starting up small businesses in Canada.
A dog’s year // Call for papers // Fundraiser for Kidney Foundation // Drop-in workshop // Grad photos // Leisure guide is out
According to Dr. Ernest Janzen, if you’re taking a religions course with him, you’re either curious, religious or you need the credit – and all three are fine with him.