Danelle Granger

  • Respect the pronoun

    Recently, someone on Twitter decided to have “Zim/Zer” as fake pronouns in his bio. Based on other content he’s shared and tweeted, it’s safe to assume this is a clear mockery of gender neutral pronouns, like they, ze, zie, xe.

  • PROFile: Jason Hannan

    Dr. Jason Hannon started teaching in the Rhetoric, Writing and Communications department at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) in 2013.

  • News briefs

    Nuuk “York” City // Literary adaptations // Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series // Ice Castle Yoga // Women’s Week free screenings

  • PROFile: Shelagh Carter

    Before becoming a professor, Shelagh Carter studied in New York and Los Angeles as an actress and graduated from the Canadian Film Centre’s Directors Lab in Toronto.

  • News Briefs

    Local Brews + Global Views // Peaceful Protest Against the Plea // Queer yoga // Genderfest Winnipeg // Bridging Two Worlds book launch

  • PROFile: Pauline Ripat

    Professor Pauline Ripat has a long history at the University of Winnipeg. She did her undergraduate degree at the university, and then came back to teach as a sessional in 2001, which turned into a permanent position teaching in the classics department.

  • News briefs

    Christianity in Trump’s America // Galentine’s Day Winnipeg // Film screening of A Good Place to Live // Non-binary support night // Penny Lane Market // Learn to Curl

  • PROFile: Ryan Bullock

    Ryan Bullock, the Canada research Chair in human-environment interactions at the University of Winnipeg, started his career path later in life.

  • News briefs

    Trimbee for president // Free Speech & Academic Freedom // New grant funding adults // WE24 Safe Space fundraiser // Learn to skate

  • PROFile: James Currie

    James Currie has been with the University of Winnipeg since 1988, when he was 26. He started his career as an assistant professor in mathematics and statistics, and his area of research is in combinatorics of words.

  • News Briefs

    UWinnipeg speaker // Thinking about treaty people // Mentorship speed dating // Hike of the month // Mosque Massacre Commemorations // Mini Succulent Make & Take

  • Whose House? Erin and Angelica‚Äôs House

    Erin Meagan Schwartz describes both her and Angelica Schwartz - no relation - as creative people who do a lot of interdisciplinary art work, but mostly performance based art.

  • Shifting the stigma

    Stigma surrounding taking medication for mental health and mental illnesses, as well as stigma around mental health in general, has decreased in recent years. This shows through both sociological and medical points of view.

  • PROfile: Melanie Gregg

    Melanie Gregg is currently the chair of the kinesiology and applied health department at the University of Winnipeg (U of W). She says her main focus of teaching and research is in sports psychology.

  • News Briefs

    Womens March Winnipeg // Challenging white supremacy on campus // PACE Cultural Night // Paint Nite // Delayed sentences // Cut to grant program

  • PROFile: Narumi Taniguchi

    Professor Narumi Taniguchi has been at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) as the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program since she moved to Winnipeg in 2015.

  • News Briefs

    Wesmen Scholarship Fund raffle // Public talk // Michel Chossudovsky at U of W // Cocktail workshops // Surgeries postponed

  • Favourite local athlete

    1. Natasha O’Reilly
    Honourable mentions: Andrew Harris, Jonathan Toews

  • Favourite local dancer

    1. Jill Groening
    2. Ella Steele
    3. Rachelle Bourget

  • Favourite local DJ

    1. Mama Cutsworth
    2. DJ Co-op
    3. DJ Louie Lovebird

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