Members of the U of M community looking for “foundational information on sexual violence” can now access a five-part course provided by the university online.
A response to the university’s sustainability week.
Cuts to printing services and additional funding for marketing are some of the more prominent changes to this year’s UMSU budget, which was introduced at a board meeting last week.
UMSU’s campaign against the federation is built on falsehoods.
After receiving what the executive calls pushback from Winnipeg Transit, UMSU has decided to set up meetings directly with city councillors to negotiate its summer U-Pass.
In its ongoing bid to leave the Canadian Federation of Students, UMSU has set up a website encouraging students to “demand better” use of their fees.
UMSU plans for a flexible parking pass have finally come to fruition, with parking services set to launch a pilot program in September, 2019.
These measures come after a turbulent period for the university, with several allegations of sexual misconduct from faculty toward students coming to light in the last two years.
UMSU sustainability week has arrived at the U of M.
Several members of the University of Manitoba Indigenous Students’ Association (UMISA) have accused the recently-elected Your UMSU slate of “co-opting” Indigenous initiatives without giving proper credit to the Indigenous students and faculty who founded them.