The Evolution of Thom
At only 24, he was offered a seat at the forefront of Canadian furniture design. Seven years later, with his own studio in the mix, Thom Fougere [BEnvD/09] talks about his wins and fails—and the creative process that keeps him in his own head.
It can happen anywhere, anytime—the type of joy, loss or discovery that changes you. Meet five members of our University of Manitoba community who take us back to the places, and the moments, where they found what they were looking for.
Exploring the push—and pushback—of technology on the family farm, and how one young ranching couple (who met on an “Aggies” pub crawl) is finding their own way.
Inside Fall 2018
From the President
President David Barnard shares an important message about sexual violence on campus.
Meet composer Luke Nickel, who loves the mystery of sound—and never got to play the harp.
What’s in a Name
How a bird of prey set the tone for Migizii Agamik-Bald Eagle Lodge, now marking a milestone.
Read the story behind the story of author Michael Kaan’s award-winning first novel, The Water Beetles.
Line of Fire
How graduate students are helping to protect us against antibiotic-resistant infections.
The Allure of the Rare
They’re among a mere few in the world—explore rare reads in the U of M archives.
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.
A look into the creepy crawly space of entomology professor and tick expert Kateryn Rochon.