Posted in Stories Friday, May 29, 2020 @ 11:00 AM
"My favourite part of being a student in the Redekop School of Business is opportunity like this, where we can apply what we're learning. This is something I can carry with me long after CMU."
Toward the end of the 2020 winter semester, just ahead of the global COVID-19 pandemic, senior students in CMU's BA Business program were working with member companies in CMU's associated Centre for Resilience, as part of their term project for BUSI-4020: Business and Organizational Policy.
Posted in Stories Friday, May 15, 2020 @ 12:10 PM
by Sue Sorensen
During this time of sheltering in place and homebound leisure activities, many of us are watching more films than usual. It's unfortunate that Netflix has such a stranglehold on today's film audience. A serious shortcoming is the almost complete absence of good movies more than a few years old. Netflix offers not a single film starring Katharine Hepburn or James Stewart; neither are there any films directed by Jane Campion or Billy Wilder.
None of my recommendations, below, are on that ubiquitous platform, but all can be inexpensively rented for a day on Google Play Movies. (If I can figure it out, anyone can.) One of these films (the wonderful Paterson) can be viewed at no cost on Kanopy, the excellent streaming service available with a Winnipeg Public Library card. (Other libraries may also subscribe to Kanopy.)
Posted in Stories Thursday, May 14, 2020 @ 10:20 AM
Now expanded to two locations totalling 15 acres, the Metanoia Farmers Cooperative celebrates 10 years of learning, growing, and farming for change.
You may have heard of "emerging writers" or recognize the phrase "emergent church," but did you ever hear of emerging farmers?
Posted in Stories Thursday, May 7, 2020 @ 7:48 AM
Since the novel Corona Virus COVID-19 began sweeping the globe back in January of this year, almost everything about how ordinary citizens conduct their lives has changed. More than anything, how we conduct our shared lives together has changed. From churchgoing to grocery shopping, from the workplace or classroom to the front porch or backyard—our collective vulnerability to illness has transmogrified the way communities now work, learn, and care together.
Posted in Stories Wednesday, May 6, 2020 @ 5:10 PM
It has been almost a year since the Canadian Mennonite University Blazers and the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference were welcomed into the CCAA and on Tuesday, Tiegan Kroeker, Jana Klassen, and Carter Hofer became the first CMU student-athletes to be officially recognized by the national conference with a major award.