Volume 75, Number 21

Published March 11, 2021

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  • They don’t give a crap

    It’s a sad reality that racist heckling is considered acceptable in the Legislature while the word “crap” is verboten.

  • She resells thrifted seashells via an online store

    The socioeconomic and ecological implications of thrift reselling

  • A Fire in the Cold Season

    Streaming on Prime Video

  • Arts briefs

    Irish songs for ukulele // Digital Dramaturgy Initiative // Into the Nexus at Cr8ery // Visions of Swan Lake // Music ‘N’ Mavens // St. Patrick’s Day with the Dust Rhinos

  • Roger that

    Origin Stories: Madeleine Roger

  • An abundance of bagels

    Winnipeg goes from zero to 3 specialty bagel shops in less than a year

  • Black-made films deserve Canada’s attention

    Media hush surrounding Black Bodies indicates lack of support for Black filmmakers

  • Looking for light

    Photography exhibition reflects on happier and darker times

  • 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

  • Bill [redacted]

    Province faces criticism after releasing 19 bills with no text

  • The Village Project seeks to end, not manage, homelessness

    Housing project aims to promote healing through community and cultural supports

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays // Spring Term registration // UWSA Student Conference/Travel Fund Award // Winter Term courses // Good Friday // Exams // Convocation Awards // myVisit app

  • New election rules for UWSA

    Changes come after a chaotic spring 2020 election

  • Out-of-this-world research activity

    U of W team part of Mars rover project

  • Lost in Japan

    PROFile: Jeffrey Newmark, associate professor, religion and culture department, U of W

  • All for one

    Life on the Borderline

  • A hard look in the mirror

    Right-wing ‘cancel culture’ obsession can barely conceal its own racism