Volume 71, Number 3

Published September 22, 2016

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  • Meet Your Media

    Do you ever flip through the pages of The Uniter and wonder, “How could I get my work in there? Why don’t they write a story about me?”

  • Get the Winnipeg Look

    For those who gravitate toward beauty and fashion, Winnipeg can feel like a stepping stone on the way to a more glamorous city like Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver. But The Peg is in the midst of a makeover montage as local style icons embrace its humble vibe and lead the way in flaunting it.

  • Whose House? Tannis’ House

    Winnipeg is a city where most creative people can be described as having a “diverse portfolio.” But, even by those standards, Tannis Kelm has a remarkably diverse portfolio.

  • Arts and Culture Briefs

    ACTRA Awards // Family dance // Our Land // Taken women // Sightless painting

  • Home to the City of Ghosts

    Musician Sierra Noble returns with new sounds.

  • Are we killing local thrift stores?

    Students go to thrift empires rather than small boutiques.

  • Manitoba Eats

    The many options for getting local grub

  • Preserving the harvest

    Enjoy summer’s produce through the winter

  • Critipeg

    It’s no easy feat to make a compelling documentary about a story everyone has followed in the press or online. When everyone knows the ending, a filmmaker has to work to make their audience care about the beginning and the middle.

  • Critipeg

    Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos has made a name for himself creating absurdist black comedies and delivering on outrageous premises with deadpan seriousness.

  • The Veils

    In order to get out of their comfort zone a bit, The Veils decided to get Run The Jewels member (and underground rap icon) El-P to produce this album, and it shows. 

  • Ayahuasca

    Ayahuasca is a band that I was introduced to on a cool night in Toronto a couple of years ago. I’ve been hooked on their music since it first flooded my ears that night, and I was very excited to find out that they had released a new album on Sept 9th. 

  • News Briefs

    City Integrity Commissioner // Peace for West Central // Trees and tots // Learn about Co-op program // Sharing coming out stories // Student group fair

  • Bylaw changes ease parking woes around U of W

     A breakdown of how the new parking law affects students

  • Breeze through wasp season

    Before taking your rage out on all the wasps buzzing about, it’s important to understand why this useful insect is so in-your-face this time of year.

  • Free Moby

    Author Mark Leiren-Young investigates The Killer Whale Who Changed the World

  • TEDx-cellent

    Student led TEDx talk on campus

  • Reproductive Justice

    Debunking assumptions about sex-selective abortions

  • Police Expenditures a Sign of Bigger Problems

    Does the Winnipeg Police Service really need all those fancy toys?

  • Fashion Streeter

    “I was so tired today, so I wore all black to mourn my sleep.”