Posted on: 03/30/04 | Author: Communications
On March 31, 2004 The University of Winnipeg will host the last event of this year’s Aboriginal Speakers’ Series: Globalization Professor Anthony Hall will speak on his new book, “The American Empire and the Fourth World.” The presentation will provide special attention to Aboriginal and Métis issues in the province founded by Louis Riel. Room …Read more >
Posted on: 03/25/04 | Author: Communications
“The Pow Wow is a celebration of life and spring,” says Cynthia Albany, a member of the Aboriginal Students’ Association (ASA) Pow Wow Committee. “It promotes unity and bridge-building with non-Aboriginal people, and makes other Aboriginal students on campus aware that we (ASA) are here.” The University of Winnipeg Spring Pow Wow takes place March …Read more >
Posted on: 03/24/04 | Author: Communications
The March 21st Steering Committee will commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with a panel discussion entitled “Confronting Racism: A Progress Report.” Focusing on the effects of racism in media, police, and schools, the panelists will tackle the role their key institutions play in confronting and addressing racism. Wednesday, March 24, …Read more >
Posted on: 03/17/04 | Author: Communications
“Students across this University stand with Aboriginal students,” says UWSA president Chris Minaker. At its Feb. 9 meeting, The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) Board of Directors voted unanimously to donate $50,000 toward the construction of the University’s new Aboriginal Students’ Centre. “We are very pleased that The University of Winnipeg and The University …Read more >
Posted on: 03/15/04 | Author: Communications
The Biology Department is hosting two events on Saturday, March 20: Thesis Presentations: Join students in the 4111 Biology Honours Thesis Course as they summarize their research. 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. in room 1L13. Public Lecture: When it comes to the battle of the sexes, is anybody winning? Find out at a public lecture …Read more >
Posted on: 03/08/04 | Author: Communications
From March 12 – March 14, 2004 The University of Winnipeg Duckworth Centre will be the site of the 2004 CIS Women’s Basketball Championship. Come out and cheer on the Wesmen!
Posted on: 03/04/04 | Author: Communications
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Posted on: 03/02/04 | Author: Communications
Red Roots Theatre is pleased to announce the first Manitoba Aboriginal Dance Symposium, March 3 – 7, 2004 at the Radisson Hotel. This exciting new event will bring together over 90 internationally acclaimed Aboriginal artists, performers, and dancers. Guest artists include Santee Smith, Le La La, and Frank McKay. Concerts by Burnt and Inside Out …Read more >