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40th Anniversary Lecture Series: Dr. Robert Young

Dr. Robert Young, Professor of History, will present the inaugural lecture in the 40th Anniversary Lecture Series, organized by the Academic Subcommittee of The University of Winnipeg’s 40th Anniversary Committee. “‘Gladly wolde they lerne and gladly teche’: What our 40th Year Means to Me” History Professor Robert Young Date: Thursday, February 8, 2007 Time: 4:00 …Read more >

Dialogue on the Middle East: How should Israel and the West respond? With the Gl..

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Human Rights Leaders Headline UWinnipeg Conference on UN Reform

Forty eminent and influential human rights advocates and leaders will converge at The University of Winnipeg from February 23 to 25, 2007, for Global College’s Human Rights and Social Justice: Setting the Agenda for the UN Human Rights Councilconference. The proactive human rights forum—to address how individually and through coalitions, citizens can affect change—focuses on war-affected …Read more >

Tickets On Sale Now: Alumni Association Curling Funspiel

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UWinnipeg Alumni Association Curling Funspiel

Grab your broom and hurry hard, it’s time for the annual Alumni Association Curling Funspiel! On Saturday, February 3, 2007, alumni, friends, faculty and staff of The University of Winnipeg will hit the ice for an afternoon of curling and camaraderie. Pros, beginners, and everyone in between is invited to take part on one of the eight four-player teams. …Read more >

Dialogue on the Middle East: How Should Israel and the West Respond?

The University of Winnipeg’s Global College presents Dialogue on the Middle East featuring Patrick Martin, Comment Editor of the Globe & Mail and former Middle East correspondent and foreign editor; with moderator Jim Carr, President and CEO of the Business Council of Manitoba. Martin will speak on the subject of Islam’s growing militancy in the context of …Read more >

The Duckworth Challenge: Winnipeg’s Two Universities Battle for Sport Supremac..

On January 24, 2007 volleyball teams from The University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba will go head-to-head in an ongoing rivalry dubbed the Duckworth Challenge. Participants can get into the spirit of the cross-town rivalry starting at 5:00 p.m. with a real bison burger and a beverage for only $3.00. The games get …Read more >

The Duckworth Challenge: Winnipeg’s Two Universities Battle for Sport Supremac..

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Human Rights Leaders Headline UWinnipeg Conference on UN Reform

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UWinnipeg’s Religion & Life Week 2007: Security and Spirituality—Religi..

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