In two reports released by the University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association’s (UMGSA) elections committee Monday, the committee announced it had disqualified a candidate who tied for an executive position, approved an appeal made by the current UMGSA president and removed the CRO from his position.
Candidates hoping for a seat on the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council took questions and discussed priorities at the UMGSA general election forum on Tuesday.
Seven U of M students have chosen to brave the cold for nearly a week as part of the 5 Days for the Homeless charity campaign.
St. John’s College hosted the 35th annual Marjorie Ward Lecture featuring award-winning Winnipeg Métis writer Katherena Vermette March 6. This year’s lecture was entitled gene rations:…
Working students who feel unfairly treated by their workplaces were met with an empowering message in UMSU University Centre this week: they are not alone.
Callen Froese is a freelance multi-media artist based in Winnipeg whose work focuses on equality, sustainability and human rights. Froese, who grew up in Wolseley,…
The Manitoban chatted up various performers during the 50th Festival du Voyageur.
One of four potential UMSU presidents dropped out of the race before campaigning even began after raising concerns regarding the union’s chief returning officer (CRO) — but his would-be running mates cite conflicting reasons.
A U of M administration alumnus hopes to sow the seeds of a bright future as the new dean of the faculty of agricultural and food sciences.
Local alternative rock band Trampoline released their first full-length album, Happy Crimes, on Feb. 9. The band is comprised of Michelle Lecnik on guitar and…