The University of Manitoba has launched a new logo, stating that their new symbol represents who they are, and who they have become over time. They have created this symbol to stand apart from other institutions with their message and accomplishments.
Their goal was an updated logo that reflects the best parts of the school. They felt that it was time for a change, and they wanted an improved symbol that really shows what the school is about. The new logo hopes to modernizes the tone, but still provide tradition in what Manitoba stands for.
In this new logo, the sky has some powerful graphic shapes that represent learning, knowledge, and progress. The bison is the core part of the symbol, and represents strength, leadership, and determination. It is walking uphill, with a purpose. The path that it is on is framed by the earth and sky. This represents the message that everyone can find their path at the University of Manitoba. The flame burns bright, and represents the university’s commitment to reconciliation.
The bison has always been the main symbol that represents the University of Manitoba, but this new logo frames the bison in a new light. The new uses nature to reflect the promise that the school offers its students – a path to their goals and dreams at a safe university where anything is possible.
Along with this new logo, the school has begun implementing new branding throughout their materials. The university stated that it plans to work with their community in the near future to introduce and incorporate their new brand into all aspects of the school. They aim to embody the insight and perspectives from around the world, which is living up to the potential that their new logo sets as example. They want to attract students from all different walks of life, and inspire those students to live up to their full potential. This logo is intended to draw people in with its natural charm and simple message.