student life

University 101

This feature edition of the Manitoban serves as a survival guide for new and returning students at the University of Manitoba. To alleviate anxieties and…


Benefits of benevolence

The benefits of volunteerism are virtually infinite. Whether you are interested in advancing your employment opportunities, building a network, or making an impact in your…


The sound of campus radio

Any undergraduate or graduate students interested in student and community media should be happy to know that the Manitoban is not alone on campus. For…


Get involved on campus

Every year the same advice is given to students heading to university, whether it’s their first or final year. You’ve probably heard it, or maybe…


Tripped out travel feature

This is an introduction to the Manitoban‘s tripped out feature edition, covering a range of travel stories submitted by some of our readers and editors,…


The smog

“What do you want?” Ian looked at me, as direct as his question. I didn’t know him at all. I came with Justus, whom I…


Change in perspective

The term wanderlust is defined in the Oxford Dictionaries as “the strong desire to travel,” but I feel as though it is more than just…


City girl gone bush

It’s been just over one month since my return from a five-week placement at a boreal garden working with the Grow North Corporation in Leaf…


Trick or Eat is a treat

The national Trick or Eat campaign held an event at the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus on Oct. 30 and 31, hosted by Student…


re: Manitoban covers

The front page used to grab my attention with its eye-catching, colourful, and original design. It now lacks these qualities, and seems to remain constant…