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Archive News Archive

A scrapbook-style collection of snippets from the alumni journal.

What’s in a Magazine?

October 26, 2021 — 
A look back at early iterations of our UM alumni publication

A photo hangs on a vintage wallpaper.

Voices of Pandemic Past

April 16, 2021 — 
The personal stories of rural Manitobans in the fight of their lives, uncovered by alumnus Wayne Chan

A portrait of Yvonne Brill.

A Space of Her Own

September 29, 2020 — 
The extraordinary life of alumna Yvonne Brill, whose expertise went far beyond beef stroganoff

A collage of items showing the UM logo and branding as it has appeared throughout the university's history.

Retro UM

November 4, 2019 — 
With the launch of the university’s new logo, we go back in time to explore its changing look.

A woman stands sobbing in front of a building in a vintage black-and-white photo.

Hometown Headlines

May 2, 2019 — 
With 90 years of The Winnipeg Tribune now digitized—we hear from its last editor-in-chief about the day the newspaper folded.

A rare book that has three books in one.

The Allure of the Rare

October 24, 2018 — 
They're among a mere few in the world—explore rare reads in the U of M archives.

Five dogs took turns as lead of The Littlest Hobo. // photo by Al Dunlop/Getty Images

Maybe Tomorrow

October 24, 2018 — 
Tapes from the iconic TV show The Littlest Hobo are among the memorabilia that director and UM alumnus Allan Eastman donated to Archives & Special Collections.

Tales from the Trading Floor

May 1, 2018 — 
Memorabilia from Monty Hall’s iconic gameshow days find a home at the U of M.

The Big Hit

May 1, 2018 — 
We follow the creative career of Richard Condie, best-known for his Oscar-nominated The Big Snit.

archival images from University of Manitoba Digital Archive Collection

Treasure Trove

October 19, 2017 — 
In an old cabinet in the Buller Building‚ faculty uncovered beautiful botanical images‚ diagrams and charts in ink and watercolour dating back to the early 1900s.

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