UMSU is in the process of creating four working groups.
With international students in Manitoba set to begin paying for healthcare coverage for the 2019-20 year, a June 25 board of governors’ decision will have them paying even more than expected to this point.
The U of M’s new chancellor has been appointed, a role she calls a “tremendous honour.”
After issuing an apology and holding a runoff election in May, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) has announced Okechukwu Efobi has been elected vice-president services and support (VPSS).
After an election that sparked controversy due to allegations of misconduct, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council has issued an apology and announced a runoff election for one position.
A controversial University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) 2019 executive election is headed to a run-off vote after two candidates for vice-president services and support (VPSS) finished in a dead tie and a handful of appeals — including one each against the CRO and uncontested returning president Carl Neumann — have been filed.
UMSU plans for a flexible parking pass have finally come to fruition, with parking services set to launch a pilot program in September, 2019.
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.
UMSU sustainability week has arrived at the U of M.
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.