Rachel Wood

The Backstreet Boys: where are they now?

In 1993, the world was blessed with the formation of the devilishly handsome, hip-thrusting, coordinated-outfit-wearing, and constantly gyrating boy band: the Backstreet Boys (BSB). The…


Crime beat

The University of Manitoba saw several thefts during the month of January, including two cell phones, one backpack, which was left unattended, and a projector…



Controversy looms over Morris newspaper

A University of Manitoba native studies lecturer, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, recently attempted to discuss Indigenous issues with Morris Mirror editor-in-chief Reed Turcotte. On Jan. 22,…


Crime beat

The holidays saw five instances of theft at the University of Manitoba. The U of M Security Services reported that two thefts of cell phones…


Campus news briefs

Bisons With Byte group invited to Russia for computer programming competition A University of Manitoba computer science group, Bisons With Byte, will be traveling to…



Timeline of Winnipeg Idle No More events

When: Jan. 2, 2013 Where: Portage Avenue near perimeter Attendance: 40 people What happened: Protesters constructed a roadblock on the street, altering traffic for three…


Too loud to ignore

Idle No More, a grassroots movement that demands respect for First Nations rights and adherence to treaties, has dominated national headlines for a month. Originating…