Kathryn Ricketts and Natasha Ukrow.

A University of Regina professor is sharing ideas about how teachers can work with students with different physical abilities in the classroom.

Write comment (0 Comments)
Volunteers with Have a Heart campaign assists students in signing letter to the government demanding equal rights for First Nation communities. Volunteers: Nicole Bear, Carrie Fehr, Sara Wysman, Mikayla Missed, and Daphne Kay. Photo by Madina Azizi.

 

It is the fourth time that the University of Regina has held its annual Have a Heart Day campaign, part of a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness about inequalities faced by First Nations children. The event kicked off a week of activities.

Write comment (0 Comments)
Anusha Subramanian (a U of R student) and friends at the URSU food pantry.

 More students are taking advantage of a new food pantry program at the University of Regina.

Write comment (1 Comment)
URFA president Dennis Fitzpatrick

A union president at the University of Regina is concerned about a recent provincial government directive to freeze public sector wages.

Write comment (0 Comments)
University of Regina faculty, staff, students and community members gather in the RIC Building to discuss how to implement TRC calls to action. Photo by Brad Bellegarde.

One week after Chief Justice Murray Sinclair visited the University of Regina to discuss the Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations, a roundtable discussion was organized by staff and faculty on campus to continue the conversation.

Write comment (0 Comments)

The number of Norovirus patients at the University of Regina has risn to 64 and the closure of the gym has been extended to one week. However, Kim McKechney, the director of communications and marketing, said he is "optimistic" the outbreak is under control.

Write comment (0 Comments)

Brand new condom machines are on their way to Luther College at the University of Regina.

Audray-Anne Montpetit, president of Luther University Student Association, said this step is “momentous” for her.

Write comment (0 Comments)

The nights of partying at the University of Regina’s The Owl and worrying about getting back to your dorm before 11 p.m. without stepping into the snow are over, for now. As part of a trial program called Safe Route, the indoor pathways between The Owl and Paskwāw/Wakpá Towers (former North/South Residences) will welcome their residents home with open doors until 1 a.m. every Friday.

 

“It’s been something we’ve wanted to do for a long time,” says Devon Peters, president of the U of R Student Union, adding this is the first time the door opening hours have been extended.

Write comment (0 Comments)