Protest-Flickr--Ben-Ledbetter

Slacktivism: it’s the least we can do

Perpetuating a lack of awareness and understanding of current events, slacktivism is built on the misguided idea that pulling your weight and getting involved takes no effort.
Vivian-Younikha

We The Artists: a night of art and theatre

At a time where it seems that the fine arts are being battered with financial cuts on all sides, We The Artists brings student and community artists together to showcase them through diverse pieces, music and plays.
Hockey--Katherine-Fedoroff

T-Birds have Dogs’ number in hockey action

Huskies hockey had another less than stellar performance, this time against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds as they dropped three of four games this weekend.
All though they played well, the women’s team couldn’t come away with a win.

Men’s volleyball team picking up steam

It was a tale of two teams this weekend as the men swept away their provincial rivals while the women dropped both matches to the University of Regina Cougars.
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USSU among top student unions in freedom of speech: Report

The University of Saskatchewan’s Student Union ranks in the top five student unions in Canada when it comes to advancing and protecting the principles of freedom of speech, according to the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.
Sniling-cheerleaders--Dayne-Peterson

Cheer team brings home national championship

It’s been a big year for the University of Saskatchewan’s Cheerleading team. After competing at the Power Cheerleading Athletics national championships in Brampton, On. in November 2014 the team landed first place and brought home gold.
Jordan VanDriel, Viktoriya Kalchenko and Connor Moen are all members of the Ukrainian Students’ Association.

Ukrainian students support fighters in Europe

Jordan VanDriel, Viktoriya Kalchenko and Connor Moen are all members of the Ukrainian Students’ Association. The University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students’ Association was working overtime during...
Men's-Basletball--Jordan-Dumba

Men and women both sweep Bobcats

It was the best start to the second half of the season that the University of Saskatchewan Huskies basketball teams could have asked for, as both the men and women swept their weekend series with the Brandon University Bobcats.