UMSU spoke out and voted against a CFS motion supporting the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement.
Members of the School of Fine Arts Students Association (SOFA) have led an initiative to create “counter-active” posters to “It’s Okay to be White” messaging that appeared on campus earlier this month.
The Arts Student Body Council (ASBC) is developing safe environment policies for arts students. Three motions have been brought to the ASBC in the past…
CBC foreign correspondent Nahlah Ayed has spent her life travelling across the globe but, at one time, she called Winnipeg — and the U of M — home.
UMSU’s chambers were full Monday as two motions amending the union’s official position on reproductive rights were debated and passed.
U of M president David Barnard released a statement Friday condemning acts of racism after posters with the phrase “It’s OK to be white” were discovered on the Fort Garry campus last week.
A vigil was held at the U of M Investors Group Athletic Centre Thursday in remembrance of the lives lost in a shooting at a…
Posters featuring a phrase “It’s OK to be white” were discovered on the U of M Fort Garry campus today.
UMSU issued an apology today after a student was allowed into the Hub Halloween Haunt Oct. 26 wearing a costume that has been criticized as culturally appropriative.
UMSU and the Arts Student Body Council (ASBC) both put forward motions last week opposing “coercion” by groups on campus concerning reproductive choices. The motions…