UMSU’s actions and the U of M’s arts degrees do not resemble anything close to vulnerable characteristics under the Manitoba Human Rights Code, nor should they.
For creating a video that devalued not only different careers but also marginalized voices, a better apology is needed.
As I know from having edited and written for the Manitoban for five years, it is hardly some dogmatic haven of conformity
UMSU’s structure represents a well-functioning democracy. We shouldn’t be hasty in efforts to change it.
Support who you want on your own time, but dragging 25,676 undergraduate students into labour negotiations is not an appropriate way to represent the student body.
A top university should aim to provide the best education possible. Larger class sizes means less one-on-one time with the students.
I agree with columnist Shaden Abusaleh almost 100 per cent. My only criticism of this insightful article is the car culture reference to us being an…
“That’s what we are bargaining for: limits on the extent to which our workloads can be unilaterally increased.”
We want a university that refocuses on the foundation, rather than the paint job.
What do you think of the U-Pass?