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Weekly news briefs from the pages of the Manitoban, your student newspaper.

    Buffalo Banter (Episode 018)

    Buffalo Banter (Episode 018)

    This week at the Manitoban is our joke edition! Be sure to pick up a copy of the Ivory Buffalo available on newsstands! We hope you enjoy our joke podcast, Buffalo Banter.

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    Episode 017

    Episode 017

    On today’s episode we have three stories. First, we spoke with UMISA co-president Alannah Mckay and UMISA member Jack Theis (1:16), and in regards to their comments, a response from UMSU president Jakob Sanderson. (8:51) We also spoke with Jakob about the publishing by the University of Manitoba of new guidelines put in place for university employees (12:40), with comments from U of M spokesperson John Danakas. (17:38) Finally, Jakob provided some information on the “Demand Better” campaign being put forward by his executive team. (20:26)

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    Episode - 016

    Episode - 016

    On today’s episode we have some post-UMSU general election coverage, including comments from president re-elect Jakob Sanderson (8:01), UMSU chief returning officer Darius Hunter (11:09), and LGBTTQ* community rep Trevor Smith. (1:12) We also have a story from the University of Winnipeg student’s association, speaking with president-elect Meagan Malcolm. (16:08) Finally, we have a quick interview with $15 and Fairness U of M chapter organizer James Wilt. (21:46)

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    Episode 015

    Episode 015

    On this week's episode we cover two stories. First, we talk about a rally that was held outside of the Winnipeg Police Headquarters on March 1, in regards to the shooting of Machaur Madut, 43, after a confrontation with police. (1:08)We then close out the show with interviews from the presidents of the executive slates that are running in the 2019 UMSU general election. This includes Jakob Sanderson with Your UMSU (9:00), Annie Beach with Exist (14:12), and Jake Letwin with New UMSU (22:28).

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    Episode 014

    Episode 014

    On this week's arts-filled episode we feature four interviews! The first two surround the screening of the film titled "We are the Roots: Black Settlers and their Experiences of Discrimination on the Canadian Prairies" which will be screened in the GSA Lounge Feb. 28 as part of the university’s celebration of Black History Month. The co-lead on the project, University of Lethbridge professor Jenna Bailey, spoke (2:43) about the work that went into the film. Myrna Donald of the U of M's Black History Month committee organized the screening, and she also spoke (10:29) about the meaning of the film. The final two interviews are with acts from Festival du Voyageur’s (FDV) 2019 lineup. First we spoke with local Winnipeg band Montgolfière (16:17), and capped it off with a chat with Montreal-based musician Anomalie (22:33). Both spoke about their music, as well as their Festival experience.

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    Episode 013

    Episode 013

    On this week's episode we spoke with UMFA president Janet Morrill (1:06), to briefly talk about the protest held on February 6 in regards to the selection process for finding U of M's next president. Faculty of education student Kristin Flattery, who is running unopposed to be a student representative in the faculty, spoke with us (4:46) and how she hopes to bring more Indigenous issues into the spotlight. Finally, we spoke with U of M administrator Barry Lavallee (13:29), who is set to resign on February 18, due to his concern that there is a lack of response from university administration on issues of anti-Indigenous racism.

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