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.”
Brian Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives have clinched a second term as majority government in Manitoba.
A student group on campus is sending a message to the candidates hoping to be the next premier of Manitoba: it is time to hear the voices of survivors of sexual violence.
As it turns out, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” does not ride through Winnipeg.
The Manitoban held a survey through social media to see what U of M students wanted to hear the party leaders discuss with us. The most popular answer was how each candidate would approach climate change.
While transit workers have insisted they are not looking to start a back-to-school strike, UMSU is preparing for anything.
With the possibility of either a strike from Winnipeg transit workers or a lockout of workers by the city looming, UMSU has voted to remain neutral — for now.
A telescope being built in Hawaii with connections to the U of M has Indigenous students on campus calling on administration to divest its support.
Chaudhary emphasized the only way for citizens to not be able to access transit services in the near future will be if the city calls for a lock-out.