Accomplished music teacher bolsters The Collegiate’s performing arts program

Having earned praise for achieving great results at the helm of a school music program in Manitoba’s Interlake, Renise Mlodzinski is excited for her next challenge: to help build The Collegiate’s music program from the ground up. This fall marks the launch of the new suite of performing arts programs at The University of Winnipeg’s …Read more >

Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts now on campus

WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts is now tucked into ten new studios in Bryce Hall in the heart of The University of Winnipeg’s campus, bringing an additional 500 music students to downtown Winnipeg. The move also marks the beginning of a new relationship with UWinnipeg’s high school on campus – …Read more >

Achieving at the UWinnipeg Collegiate, and Beyond

The Collegiate and UWinnipeg congratulates the Collegiate Class of 2014, including these award winning students aiming to achieve great things in the future. Isaac Wurmann As he addressed his classmates at graduation, Collegiate Valedictorian and Governor General‘s Academic Medal winner Isaac Wurmann passed on a lesson his mother instilled in him at a very young …Read more >

UW Collegiate Alumna Earning Accolades For Her Music

The University of Winnipeg congratulates UWinnipeg Collegiate alumna Cassidy Mann on her recent nomination for a Western Canadian Music Award! Mann’s second EP, Bright Eyes and Bright Skies, is nominated for Aboriginal Recording of the Year. After getting an early to start to writing music at just age 9, singer-songwriter Mann released her self-titled EP …Read more >

Inner‐City Youth Premiere Documentary Produced in Rural Manitoba

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Thursday, June 12, 2014 WINNIPEG, MB – Media and members of the public are welcome to attend the movie screening of “Muddy Water Clearwater”. The film is about the journey of The University of Winnipeg Collegiate Model School program students looking into the art of filmmaking. They step out of their …Read more >

Passing of George T. Richardson – statement by Dr. Lloyd Axworthy

Passing of George T. Richardson – statement by Dr. Lloyd Axworthy, President and Vice-Chancellor It is with great sadness that The University of Winnipeg community acknowledges the passing of George T. Richardson, one of Canada’s most respected and generous business leaders, and extends deep and heartfelt sympathy to his wife Tannis and the extended Richardson …Read more >

Get your Mother’s Day gift and support inner city youth

Druxman “Bling Key” charm available now at UWinnipeg’s bookstore Just in time for Mother’s Day, renowned Winnipeg jewelry designer Hilary Druxman, a graduate of UWinnipeg’s Collegiate, has created a new one-of-a-kind charm in support of UWinnipeg’s Opportunity Fund. The “Bling Key” design is the third and final companion charm to Druxman’s “Education is Key” series …Read more >

Collegiate students are making waves in water management

Students helping to reverse the eutrophication of Lake Winnipeg through education.

Chantal Kreviazuk event raises $30,095 to support children and youth

Photo: Chantal Kreviazuk donates her performance, March 26, 2014 WINNIPEG, MB –The University of Winnipeg community is honoured that last night, Wednesday, March 26, award-winning singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk performed at a celebratory evening, raising $30,095 to be shared equally by UWinnipeg’s Opportunity Fund and War Child Canada. More than 350 people packed the Pony Corral …Read more >

Three extraordinary people receive honorary doctorates

photo by Cory Aronec – Dr. Denis Mukwege, Dr. Chantal Kreviazuk, Dr. Lloyd Axworthy, Dr. Joseph Stern – March 26, 2014 Related story: Dr. Axworthy presents humanitarian award to Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida during Juno week Special Convocation honoured Chantal Kreviazuk, Dr. Denis Mukwege and Joseph Stern WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg …Read more >