A U of M professor said she feels “offended and betrayed” after being offered several severance packages from university administration after filing a sexual harassment complaint against a fellow faculty member that was later substantiated.
The U-Pass at the U of M has a rocky road ahead of it, with either an increased cost or loss of the service on the horizon.
An attempt at a second consecutive year of racist campaigning on campus was dampened this year after increased vigilance by security and information services and technology (IST) services.
In the first cabinet shuffle of his second term as premier, Brian Pallister has transferred post-secondary responsibilities from the education department to the minister of…
As a heavy snow blanketed Manitoba starting Oct.11 and continuing well into the following weekend, many buildings across the province were hit with power outages….
Canada woke up to the same prime minister but a new parliament Tuesday, with Justin Trudeau holding his position as leader despite losing the popular…
While response to the U of M’s recently-released report addressing sexual violence on campus has been mixed, the question period after it was presented illuminated some of the campus community’s concerns.
At just 23, Tanjit Nagra has become a career politician.
The report mandated by U of M president David Barnard in fall 2018 to address sexual violence on campus has arrived with over 40 recommendations and a six-month deadline.
U of M students who recently met with administration officials to discuss their concerns with the university’s involvement in the controversial Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project have called the conversation “kind of useless.”