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  • So, what do you want to be when you grow up?

    For many students, the experiences of growing up, graduating high school and possibly starting post-secondary programs are often plagued by social pressures.

  • The show must go on

    After a year of online learning, students and staff in the University of Winnipeg Theatre and Film Department are happy to be back together in the classroom and on stage.

  • City Briefs

    Closing Sanctuaries// Mondor to succeed Trimbee and Currie// Green space to be evergreen// Emerging independent news in Canada// Weweni webinar featuring Carey Newman// City considering shifting gears on seasonal bike paths

  • Campus briefs

    Career services drop-in sessions + career chats// Thrive week// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Student ID cards// Dropping courses// Work-study program// Exams// Waitlists for winter term// Holiday break/start of winter term// Tuition fees for winter term// In-person Service resumes for some student services// Use the myVisit app// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • Untangling science from colonialism

    About half a million years ago, humanity’s ancestor Homo bodoenis lived in Africa, making hand axes that Mirjana Roksandic struggles to replicate now.

  • Drought, trout and hot as all get-out

    Danny Blair, professor of geography at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) and co-director of the Prairie Climate Centre, says climate change “may not always be a change in the averages, but it’s a change in the extremes.” Well, 2021 was a year of climatological extremes for Manitoba.

  • City briefs

    Bergvall and Moure in conversation// How to get accomodated at U of W// Winnipeg and water// 5-year review of the Colombian Peace Agreement// Annual toy drive returns to Wii Chiwaakanak// Bus shelter blaze before poverty policy review

  • Arts Briefs

    A love letter to Jewish mothers// WAFF celebrating 20th anniversary// Exploring the Heart of the Forest// Midnight Review presents ... a new album// The city is still red// Supporting BIPOC filmakers

  • PROFile: Interdisciplinary Sociologist

    When Kristen Hardy started her undergraduate degree, she immediately knew she wanted to be an academic and a professor.

  • ‘A donation of your time’

    On Nov. 3, Career Services at the University of Winnipeg (U of W), in partnership with Volunteer Manitoba, hosted nine exhibitors and many students at the Volunteer Fair. At this event, students had the opportunity to learn about volunteerism and connect with different organizations that are currently recruiting volunteers.

  • Revitalizing Indigenous languages and preserving cultures

    As students browse the glossary of undergraduate programs offered at the University of Winnipeg (U of W), they will now see the new Bachelors of Arts in Indigenous Languages program. This program, which is offering three- and four-year degree options, was made available to students in the fall 2021 term.

  • Campus briefs

    Career services drop-in sessions// Dropping courses// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for Success// Thrive Week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • City briefs

    What gets weird when we talk about free speech?// Vaccine verification is back// Love and Information live in YouTube// A reading with Karen McBride// Province recognizes assisted reproduction// While UMFA strikes, province pays $12.5M for third-party job training

  • Haircare and self-care

    It’s finally here. Whether you’ve been anticipating it or dreading it, there is snow on the ground in Winnipeg. Wednesday morning, I watched out my apartment window as the rain gradually transformed into fluffy white flakes.

  • Campus briefs

    Student success workshop// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Dropping courses// Thrive week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myVisit App// Need a spot for your winter coat? Rent a locker!

  • PROFile: Philosophy is?

    During her undergrad, Carolyn Garland – contract instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) philosophy department – was initially divided between two fields of study.

  • City briefs

    March against police violence this weekend// Antiquity analysis at the Legislature// Municipal vaccine mandate updates// Manitoba College at 150// Strike is in session// Career supports from student services

  • Enveloped in art

    Let the world fall away and lose yourself in an immersive experience with Sanctuaries, a curatorial, architectural and artistic masterpiece that is rewriting the rules of art viewership.

  • Campus briefs

    Apply for February graduation// Volunteer Fair// Webinar Wednesdays: Tips for success!// Student Success workshop// Dropping courses// Thrive Week// In-person service resumes for some departments in Student Services// Use the myvisit App// Need a spot to store your stuff? Rent a locker!

  • PROFile: ‘The criminal justice system is a social-justice issue’

    In terms of his research, Ryan Coulling – sessional instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s criminal justice department – takes an intersectional approach when exploring criminology.

    “The criminal justice system is a social justice issue,” Coulling says.

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