Alex Neufeldt

City editor  

  • The feds giveth, and the feds taketh away

    While liberal and conservative political commentators alike characterize youth in post-secondary programs as politically engaged in the extreme, voter turnout rates over the past 30 years suggest that while the youth (typically defined as those between 18 and 24 years of age) vote is currently the largest voting bloc by age, young people have been casting fewer and fewer votes since the 1990s.

  • City briefs

    See it before the final curtain call // Physics and geography thesis presentations // A new space to gather and learn in // Psychology students sharing research // Exploring strategies to end homelessness

  • 640 electric candles in the wind

    City memorializes lives lost due to government laziness with more of the same

  • City briefs

    Bill 57 delayed // UWSA election campaigns underway // Code Red to continue // Podcasting workshop for U of W community members // Meet U of W’s Indigenous engagement librarian candidates // Dr. Deborah McGregor on Reconciliation, Colonization, And Indigenous Climate Futures

  • City briefs

    Candidates, on your marks ... // Blank bills revealed // Come on in, the water might be safe? // Presentation with Dr. April Langley // Sport scholarship support // Winnipeg Comiccon launches virtual Saturdays

  • City briefs

    Transit Master Plan released // Upcoming Weweni event // Take a virtual visit to Honeyland // Upcoming events in the English department // Reprioritizing school budgets // City announces temporary memorial to COVID-19 victims

  • A new way to gather

    Sharing Indigenous experiences of the pandemic internationally

  • Identifying the roots of gender disparity in STEM

    Debriefing the Nova Summit

  • City briefs

    Election schedule updates // New 1C03 workshop series // MSC social justice fair held virtually // Sharing accessible sport stories // Bus drivers win fair wages // Presentations and readings this week

  • City briefs

    Virtual music lessons available // Have experience with accessible taxis? // General election cycle starts // Indigiqueering oral traditions // Early alert period begins // Municipal name change system update

  • City briefs

    Dial “C” for community // The road to climate resilience // New dean announcements // Rent better // New immunization site for priority First Nations populations // Black History Manitoba virtual programming

  • There is power in a (student) union

    And perhaps the provincial government is afraid of that

  • City briefs

    The queens return // Collegiate pod now online // Virtually welcoming potential students // Pathway to Graduate Studies deadline // UWSA election bylaw restructuring // Reading from Zalika Reid-Benta

  • City briefs

    June graduation deadline // The interim president's gambit // Aging policy maturation // Hone your study skills // Virtual reading with Dr. Afua Cooper // Religion, migration and landscape in Latin America

  • On agency in death and life

    The tricky conversations around Bill C-7

  • City Briefs

    ClimateWest begins work // Sharing the ToyBox // Inaugural writer-in-residence reading // Taking the road to decarbonization in architecture // Upcoming Weweni panel discussion // Black Writing in Canada speaker series: Brandon Wint

  • New year, new task force

    Mental-health supports students can expect to see in 2021

  • City briefs

    Career fair going digital // Reckoning with memorials // Study Skills Workshops start // On policing and community relations // Exploring Indigenous TB knowledge // Conserving the Seal River

  • City Briefs

    Snowed In 2021 // New local delivery portal // From Winnipeg to Hague // Siloam’s shadow // Ojibwe radio drama joins the airwaves // Senate passes alternate grade options 

  • Favourite U of W prof

    Favourite U of W prof

    1. Alyson Brickey
    2. Jenny Heijun Wills / Tracy Whalen (tie)

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