The UMSU board of directors passed a motion to change various responsibilities and titles of the board’s executive positions at its Jan. 24 campus meeting.
Wolf packs are usually less successful hunting Bison compared to other prey — but this weekend was a feast.
An artist slated to perform at UMSU’s Frost Fest — which was abruptly cancelled last week — was dropped from the bill after telling organizers he would publicly criticize the union’s recent condemnation of the Canadian Federation of Students for affirming its support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
The sun has set on the Manitoba government’s film and video production tax credit’s “sunset clause,” making the credit a permanent commitment.
U of M professor Erwin Huebner gave a lecture Thursday after writing a book — and placing it alongside others in a quail’s egg. Huebner is…
After having its tabling materials confiscated in the fall, U of M pro-life student group Students for a Culture of Life (UMSCL) faced renewed criticism…
UMSU voted to table a motion at its Jan. 10 board meeting that, if passed, would alter how community groups receive funding.
The U of M Bisons women’s volleyball club was not very welcoming to the visiting University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat on the weekend, as the herd dominated a two-game series to pick up crucial wins as the stretch-run begins across the conference.
At the first board meeting since lobbying for students in Ottawa in early December, UMSU president Jakob Sanderson gave a presentation explaining the priorities of the trip — some of which left some at the meeting feeling “frustrated and disappointed.”
The U of M Bisons lost to the Mount Royal University Cougars 4-1 Saturday — but may have lost something more important in the process….