Source of Inspiration
A U of M alumna and journalist comes back to campus to recognize a milestone for women.
The smallest typo in the billions of letters that make up our genetic code can carry huge, heart-wrenching consequences. While the genetic diseases they trigger strike with rare odds globally, they can target communities with a less diverse gene pool. U of M researchers reveal the triumphs, and the setbacks, from decades of advocacy and scientific study in Manitoba’s unique populations of Hutterites, Mennonites, Ashkenazi Jews, and Indigenous people.
Inside Spring 2019
The Big 4-0
As “mini-university” marks a milestone, its participants are set to take over campus again this summer.
‘We can and must do better’
Janice Ristock, provost and vice-president (academic) talks about the importance of women in leadership roles.
Find out what our students, researchers and alumni are up to on our Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses.
Meet Faouzia Ouihya, singer-songwriter who shuffles between classes and the Billboard charts.
The philanthropist, lawyer and Black Hole Theatre alumna talks about her next pursuit.
Churchill and the Polar Bear
Heidi den Haan tells us about the relationship between Churchill residents and their 1,000-pound neighbours.
With 90 years of The Winnipeg Tribune now digitized—we hear from its last editor-in-chief about the day the newspaper folded.
Joy of Making
Inside the creative space of Destiny Seymour, owner of design firm Woven Collaborative and of Indigo Arrows.
On her studies about the roaming Canada lynx—those mysterious solitary cats with the oversized paws.
Women share their stories on social media in an effort to normalize breastfeeding in public.