On the cover this week, we’re exploring more unconventional approaches to learning, but the dialogue around how we learn inside and outside of the classroom continues throughout this issue.
It’s important to understand the difference between “Vince Li suffering from psychosis” and “Vince Li.”
The City of Winnipeg is failing to meet its greenhouse gas reduction goal.
Everyone needs a vacation once in a while, even the premier of Manitoba.
Welcome to our special online-only reading week issue of The Uniter!
In the early days of comic books, the majority of the characters created were frail, white, male nerds. Cue the modern era, where the majority of comic readers are women of non-Caucasian descent; and these women are hungry for heroes that look like them.
“People gonna rise like the water, gotta slow this crisis down, hear the voice of my great granddaughter singing climate justice now!”
It's one thing to stay sober when life is going well. But how do you stay present in harder times?
These days, the line between our online and “real” lives can get more and more blurry.
Through November and December, 93 members of the CanLit elite signed a letter shaming the University of British Columbia (UBC) for their lack of due process in regards to the treatment of the Steven Galloway case.
This year, The University of Winnipeg (U of W) will celebrate the 50 years since United College became the U of W. The milestone is a time for nostalgia and festivities, but it should also offer a chance to reflect.
Public facilities for public health
Learning is rarely a solitary practice, even though we’ve come to believe that it is.
The University of Winnipeg will offer new gym hours exclusively for females and non-binary persons beginning next September.
It doesn’t sound like a big deal not to see yourself represented in the latest teen drama or popular blockbuster. And in a way, it’s not significant in the way that basic rights are for the LGBTQ+ community. However, it does represent another level of belonging within society that straight people automatically have.
This new documentary examines the personal lives of the Catholic Sisters of Manitoba, presenting an earnest portrait of women spirituality.
There’s merit in the idea of a genre exercise. There’s nothing inherently wrong with making a romantic comedy that doesn’t aim to subvert, break new ground or be anything more than a great entry in the rom-com genre. Unfortunately, Lovesick doesn’t quite achieve those modest goals.
Culture can mean art, but it also includes beliefs, ways of life, patterns of thinking and all the behaviours specific to a smaller or larger group. But let’s leave the defining to the dictionary - why are we so focused on covering culture at The Uniter?
Starting conversations doesn’t end discrimination
Treat social media as a public funeral, not a news ticker