Volume 71, Number 19

Published February 9, 2017

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  • Sharing knowledge

    Learning is rarely a solitary practice, even though we’ve come to believe that it is.

  • Is this the age of anxiety?

    There are many reasons to be anxious right now. Midterms are approaching. There is still more winter ahead. Tweets are declaring the end of the world. The news is depressing with accusations of fascism in America and comparisons between the Trump administration and Germany’s Nazi regime. 

    How can we stave off the panic when even the media is panicking? 

    At what point does our situational anxiety become a medical condition?

  • Whose House? Amanda’s house

    For some, record collecting is merely an obsession that leads to shrinking wallets and disappearing apartment space. But for Amanda Stefaniuk, the host of UMFM’s Mondo Hollywood, it’s also lead to years of radio experience.

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Greg Rekus’ third album // Folk Alliance International // Gender barriers in media // Indian City’s new album // Stages: Drawing the Current // Nickelodeon Writing Program

  • Critipeg: Hand to God

    Hand to God runs at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s Tom Hendry Warehouse until Feb. 11. 

  • More choice for varied taste at The Good Will

    The Good Will Social Club was once divided into the bar side and the pizza side. Have a Nice Day, the new eatery, promises to be a more cohesive space with options as diverse as its clientele.

  • V-Day isn’t just for couples

    Public service announcement: Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples. 

  • Cutting back on refined sugars

    Even those who prefer savoury treats may find sugar in their favourite pre-packaged snacks, but consumers are seeking out other ways to indulge cravings.

  • The pros and cons of local alcohol delivery

    Shrugging Doctor Brewing Company, a new alcohol delivery service which launched Jan. 27, is hoping to reshape the way people in Winnipeg obtain their booze.

  • Middle of Nowhere

    Public facilities for public health

  • News briefs

    211 Manitoba // Panel discussion by Gallery 1C03 // Cannabis and psychosis // Divestment screening // June graduation and Louis Riel Day // Red River trail growing

  • Up for a winter challenge?

    The Jack Frost Challenge (JFC) is a week-long event hoping to get its participants to skate, bike, ski, snowshoe, run or walk a total of 130 km over the week of Feb. 12 to 18.

  • Learn to love yourself this Valentine’s Day

    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, romantic love takes centre stage. However, self-love is just as important, especially when it comes to relationships with food.

  • Big turnout for Ojibwe language course

    Language immersion course looks to keep the culture alive

  • The PROFile - Howard Curle

    Howard Curle’s introduction to film course may be one of the most quintessentially University of Winnipeg (U of W) classes there are.

  • 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.

  • CanLit authors must put victims first

    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.