Hot yoga just got hotter

Accessibility, community and environment are three pillars of Moksha Yoga. The philosophy of karma, a component of all three foundational values, has inspired unique music-related yoga classes. Moksha offers Karma classes that require a minimum $5 donation that goes towards a different charity each month. Recent Karma classes have been inspired by house music and […]

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Thousands of athletes compete in track and field at the U of M

The Boeing Classic, one of the largest indoor track meets in the prairies, took place at Max Bell Centre over the weekend. Thousands of athletes of all ages competed in this event, which is now in its 29th year. Highlights in the women’s category included a 60m open win for Caley Miskimmin, who finished with […]

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Bison women’s hockey team win best of three semi-final against Saskatchewan

On Thursday night the Bison women’s hockey team hosted the Saskatchewan Huskies in the first game of the best of three Canada West semi-final. The Bisons out-shot the Huskies 14-2 in the first period, but thanks to many fantastic saves by U of S goalie Vanessa Frederick, the game remained scoreless. Early in the second […]

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Bison briefs

Hockey The women’s hockey team played two rare afternoon home games this past Friday and Saturday against the Regina Cougars. With two blowout wins for the Bisons, they might have to start scheduling more matinee games. Friday’s game was a breeze for the Bisons as they hammered out a 5-1 win. The Bison lead was […]

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