Professor Charles Wong has been at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) for 10 years and finished his Canada Research Chair in Ecotoxicology earlier this summer.
Sustainability research and education event // Second-annual Winnipeg Vegfest // Start-of-Term Party // $1 cinnamon rolls // We are all treaty people—celebration // Free concerts at Forth Bar
“So, sister/brother duo, how’s that going?” Shamik Bilgi, one-half of the electronic music project Too Attached, asks. His sister Vivek Shraya laughs, leans into the mic and says, “Ask my therapist.
This summer, I had the great opportunity to do research with the Museum Queeries project – a research collective that looks at queer representation in museums. Through the course of the summer, my research interests quickly veered toward representations of transgender identities and gender non-conformity within archives.
What is disability? Put differently, and with a wink to theatrical tradition, "lame is ... ?"
Noor Bhangu, an independent curator based in Toronto, is behind Not the Camera, But the Filing Cabinet: Performative Body Archives in Contemporary Art, a new exhibition of female and non-binary identifying artists at Gallery 1C03.
Viva Non album release show // Special screenings at Cinematheque // Sovereign Traces book launch // International metal at The Park Theatre // Song of Hope - Five Women Artists // Education at Winnipeg Film Group
In its 13th year, WNDX Festival of Moving Image is still making waves in the world of experimental film
Leanne Shumka, the University of Winnipeg’s awards and financial aid manager, met Darryl Reilly, musician and co-host of CKUW’s newly retired local music variety show ‘Peg City Groove, while studying at the institution in the early 2000s.
There’s a chilliness and a busyness in the air, for those starting a new school year and for those continuing along over the hop of mid-September without any grand changes.
September can be a busy time, especially in university. With much of the day spent maneuvering through the semester, there is little time to rest and recharge.
Despite continued efforts for the University of Winnipeg to diversify, the representation of faculty with disabilities remains incredibly low at the University of Winnipeg
The Helen Betty Osborne Building houses the Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre, a hub of resources that puts Indigenous and inner-city communities in connection with the University of Winnipeg.
The Tamarack Recovery Centre (TRC) is on track for a renovation. Despite some opposition toward recovery centres in urban areas, addiction recovery centres are still an important part of Winnipeg’s urban landscape.
The University of Winnipeg Library is a quaint, quiet place to study. Students can rent books and films for the sake of learning or pleasure. However, the University of Winnipeg Library features some even more obscure resources that could prove extremely useful to students
September is a busy month for renters and landlords in Winnipeg, with an influx of out-of-province students, folks returning from summer jobs outside of the city and first-time renters moving out of their childhood homes.
The leaves are changing, the air is getting crisp (when it isn’t smoke from forest fires), and everyone is gearing up to go back to school! Except me. And maybe you?
Annual Great Rock Climb // Our Place Safe Space fundraiser // Fifth Annual Poutine Cup // Beet Happening to close its doors // Absolutely Fabulous Friday // Refurbished bike sale
FemFest returns! This September, Sarasvàti Productions' annual festival of feminist theatre is back with an exciting lineup of local and international artists – and a new tagline.
Fat Babes Dance Collective founder Laura Elliott was tired of never seeing fat bodies performing dance in Winnipeg