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2003 - 2004 (in)edition Archive


(in)edition offers news and features for the UWinnipeg community, by the UWinnipeg community. Produced by Communications at The University of Winnipeg, (in)edition is available every two weeks from September to May.
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2005 - 2006 Academic Year
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2002 - 2003 Academic Year
2001 - 2002 Academic Year



Volume 21, Issue 18 - [PDF: 128 K]- June 17, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 17 - [PDF: 176 K]- May 20, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 16 - [PDF: 787 K]- April 22, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 15 - [PDF: 828 K]- April 8, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 14 - [PDF: 889 K]- March 25, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 13 - [PDF: 1.2 M] - March 11, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 12 - [PDF: 798 K] - February 26, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 11 - [PDF: 168 K] - February 12, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 10 - [PDF: 132 K] - January 29, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 09 - [PDF: 98 K] - January 15, 2004

Volume 21, Issue 08 - [PDF: 100 K] - December 11, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 07 - [PDF: 172 K] - November 27, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 06 - [PDF: 80 K] - November 13, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 05 - [PDF: 216 K] - October 30, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 04 - [PDF: 92 K] - October 16, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 03 - [PDF: 169 K] - October 2, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 02 - [PDF: 63 K] - September 18, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 01 - [PDF: 79 K] - September 4, 2003

Volume 21, Issue 01 Insert - September 4, 2003


Supplementary (in)edition Archive

The University of Winnipeg Archives & Records Centre has developed a website containing a complete run of (in)edition for the period 1983-2002 (Volume 01, Issue 01 to Volume 19, Issue 11). The site consists of viewable files accompanied by a searchable index of names, University and external bodies, events, subject headings and brief abstracts of the content of each article. The search tool permits researchers to enter combinations of search elements which lead researchers to article citations from which they can then download the appropriate (in)edition issues in PDF format.



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