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  • City briefs

    In-person graduation is back// Composting gets cash influx// Understanding C-11// Honouring Eishia Hudson// UW prof receives funding boost for space research// Public health directed by private interests

  • Who represents you?

    The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) general election has attracted scandal for the past three years, and the 2022-2023 general election was no different.

  • Campus briefs

    Spring Term Registration// Webinar Wednesdays// End of Winter Term + Make-up Days// Winter Term Exams// Study Skills Workshops – Spring Term// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • Flag-raising and fee-waving

    Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is having repercussions around the world. In addition to this crisis’ significant geopolitical and economic impacts, governments, businesses and other institutions are adapting to the new international order. This is especially the case in Canada, where most people are generally pro-Ukrainian.

  • New semester, new president

    University of Winnipeg (U of W) students will enter the spring semester with a new university president and vice-chancellor as Todd Mondor begins his five-year term. The U of W announced Mondor’s appointment on Nov. 23, 2021.

  • Radio is alive with a podcast flare

    Although there has been a shift from the conventional format of short talking segments in between songs, radio hosts say working behind the mic is even more exciting nowadays with the rise of social media and the podcast era.

  • Campus brief

    Spring Term Registration// Webinar Wednesdays// End of Winter Term + Make-up Days// Winter Term Exams// Study Skills Workshops – Spring Term// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • PROFile: Teaching through therapy

    Mary-Jo Bolton approaches teaching in a way that incorporates her therapist background.

    “I try (to) conduct that class almost the way I would try and conduct a therapy relationship, knowing that people need to feel safe and listened to and valued,” she says.

  • Student Groups: Alive and well

    Although the University of Winnipeg (U of W) has eschewed almost all public events since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic, student groups did not disappear. Many are still alive and active, and the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) continues to assist student groups in different ways.

  • Students who come together, stay together

    I’m one of many who experienced a majority of my university life on campus before the COVID-19 shutdown forced classes online.

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W) would be bustling with people trying to get to their classes or trying to claim a spot at Stella’s across the street.

  • Campus briefs

    Spring Term Registration// Webinar Wednesdays// End of Winter Term + Make-up Days// Winter Term Exams// Study Skills Workshops – Spring Term// Student Services Continues Remote Service// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • PROFile: Forming social cohesion from diversity

    As a Quebec native, Félix Mathieu has firsthand experience being part of a minority population within a country. This perspective helped pique his interest in researching pluralism policies.

  • SWARM online exhibition at Gallery 1c03

    Although many venues and events are currently closed to the public, there are still ways to enjoy events occurring live or on the internet. Gallery 1C03 on the University of Winnipeg campus has been holding Eruption, an art exhibit by Grace Nickel, but they have also recently helped host the SWARM art exhibit online.

  • New Bill Wedlake Fitness Centre policy

    After closing down for several months in response to provincial public-health orders, the staff of the Bill Wedlake Fitness Centre reopened the gym in August of last year. The fitness centre, which sits in the middle of the U of W campus in the Axworthy Health & RecPlex building, lets students, staff and community members improve and sustain their fitness and wellbeing while cooped up in the middle of the pandemic.

  • Student Services

    Webinar Wednesdays// UWinnipeg Award Applications Now Open// Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// End of Winter Term + Makeup Days// Student Services Continues Remote Service// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • PROFile: An icon and a commodity

    This is Yongshan He’s first year teaching for the Department of Religion and Culture at the University of Winnipeg. He originates from the landlocked Sichuan province in Southwest China.

    “It’s the place in China known for its spicy food,” she says.

  • Campus briefs

    Webinar Wednesdays// UWinnipeg Award Applications Now Open// Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// End of Winter Term + Makeup Days// Student Services Continues Remote Service// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services

  • PROFile: ‘A Life Dream’

    Growing up in a colonial village in Havana, Cuba, Yadira Chinique de Armas was fascinated by major archaeological findings in Mesoamerica and Peru.

  • Campus briefs

    Fall/Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// Webinar Wednesdays// Reading Week// Student ID Cards// UWinnipeg Award Applications Now Open// Winter Term Courses – Final Withdrawal Date// End of Winter Term// Student Services Continues Remote Service// Use the myVisit App// Klinic Health Services// 

  • City briefs

    Defunding data open to public// Annual vegan food fest// Harm-reduction workshops// The update on the inner city// Stefanson changes direction on emergency intervention// UW chooses COVID-19 caution

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