Jesse Blackman


  • A vision for an anniversary worth celebrating

    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.

  • Getting grades approved

    Process aims to strike a balance between oversight and expediency

  • Wesmen acknowledge land and people

    Teams seeking to build relationships in the community

  • Favourite Local Athlete

    1. James Reimer
    2. Jonathan Toews
    3. Honourable mentions: Desiree Scott, Mark Scheifele, Clara Hughes

  • UMFA strike highlights issues at many universities

    The recent University of Manitoba Faculty Association’s (UMFA) strike pushed back against eroding job security and increasing workloads that take time away from teaching and research, bringing light to the complexity of labour relations in a university context. 

  • Playing cat and mouse in the legislature

    With a rumoured lift of Manitoba’s tuition cap, the Progressive Conservative government taught the New Democratic Party a costly lesson in governance. 

  • Taking in the surroundings

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W) has a knack for making interesting places seem happenstance.

  • To err is to be human

    The City of Winnipeg will take proactive steps to prepare for self-driving vehicles, but there are many reasons to question how great this technology really is.

  • Wesmen look for boost from the stands

    Both soccer squads hope for greater student attendance

  • Images From a Wasteland

    Remediation featured in the FLASH Photography Festival