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UWinnipeg Alumni Association Names New Council

WINNIPEG , MB – The University of Winnipeg Alumni Association is pleased to announce the newly-elected Alumni Association Council for 2007-2008: President, Barbara Kelly (’60) Past President, Jason Pusiewich (’98) Vice President, Claudius Soodeen (’90) Communications Lead, Del Sexsmith (’72) Volunteer Lead, Aynslie Hinds (’02) Events & Outreach Lead, Brent Barske (’99) Members at Large: …Read more >

Guess Who’s Coming to UWinnipeg? Ali & Mohammad Mazloum

UWinnipeg – International Hot Spot Identical twins Ali and Mohammad Mazloum have just arrived. They left their parents and two older sisters behind in Tripoli Lebanon and have chosen to attend UWinnipeg. Currently in Canada and on campus, they are embarking on an exciting educational future. “The University of Winnipeg was the first to answer …Read more >

UWinnipeg Orientation Ideal Compass for University Journey

UWinnipeg welcomes new students at Orientation Aug. 29-31 WINNIPEG, MB – First-year university students seeking guidance on their post-secondary path can get direction at UWinnipeg’s 2007 Student Orientation. Taking place Aug. 29-31, Orientation is a great first step for new students at The University of Winnipeg. A key event at Orientation is “The Really Big …Read more >

Honorable Ruth Krindle to Receive Honorary Doctorate Degree

Retired Judge to be recognized for pursuit of justice and equality, service to community WINNIPEG, MB – Like the scales of justice representing her profession, the Honorable Ruth Krindle has spent her life pursuing equality. The retired judge is being recognized for her many contributions to her profession, to the community and to the pursuit …Read more >

Lloyd Axworthy Calls For Adoption of UN Declaration

UWinnipeg President makes significant statement on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples WINNIPEG, MB – University of Winnipeg President & Vice-Chancellor Dr. Lloyd Axworthy today made the following statement about the final adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: In a matter of weeks, the United Nations General Assembly is expected to …Read more >

DCE Opens Doors for its Students

Discover How UWinnipeg’s Division Of Continuing Education Can Change Your Life The University of Winnipeg’s Division of Continuing Education’s 350 progressive programs and courses can open doors, enhance careers and earn people more money. To show people how this is possible, DCE’s faculty and staff invite employers and prospective students to the DCE Open House,Wed. Aug. …Read more >

DCE Opens Doors For Its Students

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Ryan Henley Named UBC Assistant Coach

Former Wesmen setter picked as school’s first full-time volleyball assistant WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg would like to congratulate former Wesmen volleyball player Ryan Henley for his recent appointment as the first full-time assistant coach with the University of British Columbia men’s volleyball program. The 28-year-old Henley played at the setter position for …Read more >

Free Eco-Kids Camp Vehicle to Fun and Future

WINNIPEG– Jana Morrison has big dreams. “I want to perform on Broadway and I am planning to go to The University of Winnipeg to take theatre,” she explained with eagerness. Morrison – a Grade 10 student at Sisler High School – is one of the 35 junior leaders recruited from inner city high schools to be …Read more >

‘Hair’ Lets the Sun Shine In

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