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• Student’s winning vision
• You’re a cold, cold man, Gordon Giesbrecht: ‘Professor Popsicle’ honoured this week
• Stadium send-off
• U of M releases draft sustainability strategy
• Norwegian ambassador opens Arctic exhibit
• Visionary conversation: What makes a city ‘livable’?
• Critical conversations series continues discussion of CMHR
• At the intersection of economic policy and human rights
• On the horizon for ROSE
• Governor General visits U of M
• U of M first university to apologize for Indian residential schools
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• Farcical comedy opens BHT 2011-2012 season
• The chicken, the hedgehog — and the storyteller
• Got atmosphere?
• National Philanthropy Day: Celebrating the impact of philanthropy
• 10th Annual Elders & Traditional Teachers Gathering to take place in November
• Maddin brings Manitoba to the world, again
• This musical interlude could be yours!
• Students ‘dream big,’ at Discovery day on Bannatyne campus
• Co-curricular record application deadline approaching
• Have training, will travel: Why you need to learn about Concur
• Survivors, strangers in new homelands
• Open doors, open knowledge
• Partnership on clean running water gains momentum
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• Season’s greetings, haiku-style
• Google ebooks now available at campus bookstore
• The undead: ‘Ideas that need to die’ at Visionary Conversations
• Students participate at inaugural U of M First Nations Learning Day
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• REDress Project
• Trailblazer: New program invests in Aboriginal scholars
• New student services now open
• Asper School receives $100,000 donation
• Set to launch
• Centre stage: Opera
• PC procurement program streamlines computer purchasing on campus
• New ‘women in science and engineering’ chair to focus on Aboriginal women
• ICSW program celebrates 30 years
• President David Barnard re-appointed for another term
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