The University of Manitoba Students’ Union (UMSU) is moving into the second phase of reforming its governing documents and overall structure. At its general council…
The University of Manitoba’s board of governors recently approved a proposal that will increase rent for student residences and hike other ancillary fees for students living at the university.
After nearly a decade of laying the groundwork, the University of Manitoba is ready to offer a master’s degree in social work specializing in indigenous knowledges (MSW-IK).
International students took to the streets in summer 2014 and 2015, denouncing differential admission requirements and increased tuition fees. There is a limited amount of…
With the University of Winnipeg introducing a mandatory indigenous studies course this fall, all eyes are on the University of Manitoba. The topic has been…
The future of the Canadian Federation of Students’s (CFS) presence on the University of Manitoba campus may lie in the hands of the next University of Manitoba Student Union (UMSU) executive.
Two campus groups have received approval from University of Manitoba’s Student Union (UMSU) to hold a referendum on hiking their student fees as part of this year’s UMSU general election.
Harvey Secter, University of Manitoba alumni and dean emeritus of the university’s Robson Hall faculty of law, was re-elected as chancellor of the university on Feb. 3 and will have completed nine years in the position by the end of his term in 2019.
The University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) is urging its members not to engage in discussions surrounding department-level performance measures, claiming the assessments proposed will impact working conditions and should be addressed through the collective bargaining process.
Two groups of University of Manitoba architecture students will have their warming hut designs adorn the Red River skating trail alongside contributions from around the globe.