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Marking U of M’s 140th Anniversary News Archive

Front row, left to right: Reg Blackbird, Public Relations; Ovide Mercredi, President; Albert Stevens, Vice-President. Second row, left to right: Emile Garson, Committee Chairman; Yvonne Monkman, Secretary; John Allooloo, Member.

Our Path to Indigenous Achievement

July 21, 2017 — 
What began as an idea shared by a group of forward-thinking Indigenous students has evolved into a legacy of advancing Indigenous achievement at the University of Manitoba

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The Manitoban for over 100 years

Gallery: The Manitoban for over 100 years

July 21, 2017 — 
First published on November 5, 1914, The Manitoban is one of the oldest and largest student papers in Canada, and is now in its 102nd volume

Gary Wong, Graduate Student, Infectious Disease,

140 Years of Research Excellence

July 14, 2017 — 
It began in 1891 when George Bryce published the University of Manitoba’s first scientific paper. It discussed the geology of the Red River and Assiniboine Valleys. A flood of discoveries followed


Lorne Adam

Forty-One Years with the U of M

July 14, 2017 — 
Lorne Adam is the potato guy. Since 1977, he has been assisting plant scientists in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences with studies on the hallowed spud

The Bisons football team wins the Vanier Cup in 2007. (photo credit: Jeff Chan)

Bison Sports Then and Now

July 13, 2017 — 
Through the years, incredible teams and athletes, including Olympians, professional hockey, volleyball and football players, have been a part of Bison Sports

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