A fledgling group on campus is hoping to promote student radicalism and raise awareness about revolutionary politics.
The University of Winnipeg Global College promotes human rights abroad, however, former employees say treatment of its local staff leaves something to be desired.
Collegiate students in national writing contest; Saudi prof at U of W to study children’s texts; Wesmen end season with a pair of losses in Calgary; Anthropologist on campus for environmental lectures
Greek austerity protests continue; Iran’s nuclear ambitions undeterred by sanctions, according to U.S.; Libyans celebrate anniversary of revolution, future of country uncertain; U.S. to meet with North Korea over nuclear program
A months-old change to airport screening regulations discriminates against transgender persons, effectively banning them from boarding an airplane for travel, LGBT activists charge.
A new University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) budget policy involving ongoing budget consultation meetings is intended to ensure equal input from students across the board, but critics of the policy remain skeptical.
Big Buff’s lawyer confident over charges; Backlash over transit hike; Reeve concerned annexation on the table; Cops and city still at odds over wages; Local report explores effects of population growth
Separatist plot blamed for death of Tibetan protesters; Putin protesters struggle to agree; Tensions increase between police and civilians in Egypt; Threats to U.S. increasing, intelligence agency says; Assange hearings conclude in U.K.
The Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) has launched an appeal for donations for some 50 West End residents left with nothing following a $1-million fire that broke out in a Sherbrook Street apartment block last month.
On Jan. 15, two LCD projectors valued at approximately $3,000 each were stolen from a lecture hall at the University of Winnipeg.
After a short, yet widely acclaimed run of two years, Winnipeg’s own Sandbox Magazine has published its eighth and final issue.
Colin Smith has volunteered at CKUW 95.9 FM for six years and loves a job most people would try to avoid: he spends many of his hours cataloguing music.
The Uniter will be interviewing all eight federal NDP leadership candidates in the lead-up to the March 23 leadership convention, to be held in Toronto.
Nathan Wild got a Facebook profile a year ago to keep in touch with distant friends.
Instances of mental illness in Manitoba have skyrocketed in recent years, according to experts, and provincial organizations are now calling for community-based approaches to addressing the problem.
When Zem Dyck began attending classes at the University of Winnipeg in the fall of 2010, she had already been diagnosed with depression and anxiety issues, but she did not realize how hard that year would be for her.
Two Winnipeg-based organizations are banding together to renovate an apartment building in Winnipeg’s West End to create affordable, dignified housing for people living with mental illness.
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Iran threatens oil blockade if sanctions continue; Egyptian travel ban stops son of U.S. transportation secretary from leaving country; 15,000 AIDS victims in Congo at risk of dying; Libyan detainees die after torture; North Korea famine worsens, U.S. wary of sending aid
University reaffirms sustainability commitment; UWSA launching campus community art project; Lights, camera… submissions!; Wesmen throw garage sale; Athletic Scholarship fund