health and wellness News Archive
March 12, 2019 —
Health and Wellness and the Student Counselling Centre (SCC) is looking for motivated and engaging students to apply to be a volunteer peer-educator with Healthy U.
February 21, 2019 —
The Desautels Faculty competed in the Hypothermic Half-Marathon
January 31, 2019 —
Join us Feb. 3 – 9, for a week of outdoor activities at the University of Manitoba
January 25, 2019 —
Information on a range of resources available
January 9, 2019 —
As the current strategy’s timeframe is nearing completion, work is underway for a renewed strategy for the next five years
January 5, 2019 —
Moving into a new year is always a bit challenging. We start off strong with promises like Dry January, hitting the gym 4 days a week and eating healthier. Some of these promises and resolutions stick, but for the majority of us, they fade off into the distance as we settle in to the winter semester. Instead of thinking about large scale resolutions, try focusing on smaller achievable tasks which will benefit your wellbeing, your wallet and the planet.
December 3, 2018 —
Suggestions to make your holiday season a little easier on the wallet and on the planet
November 22, 2018 —
When was the last time you went shopping? Was it for something essential, like groceries, or something that could be considered a luxury? If you’re the average consumer, it likely wasn’t that long ago. How about the last time you went an entire day without buying anything, can you remember? In today’s modern society it’s very common for shopping to be pursued as a leisure activity, a way to take one’s mind off the big picture and relax for awhile.
October 12, 2018 —
Disposable coffee cups are a big problem not only for the U of M, but also across the globe. The university community can do its part to prevent more disposable coffee cups from ending up in the landfill.
October 12, 2018 —
The most recent addition to composting on campus starts Oct. 15, 2018. The Arts Student Body Council (ASBC), in partnership with the Office of Sustainability, is beginning a compost pilot project with Compost Winnipeg. The pilot project will be kept in motion by student sustainability ambassador volunteers and will be maintained by ASBC and the Office of Sustainability.