Student life demands tech

It’s the Internet’s world out there and while usually I’m the first to defend the usefulness of everything digital, there are a few reasons to be down on the University of Saskatchewan’s dependance of technology — especially if you don’t have your own computer.

Listen up: Saskatoon podcasts for U of S students

In case you haven’t heard, podcasts — a form of downloadable digital media — have been steadily gaining popularity in recent years, and Saskatoon is no exception to this growing audio entertainment trend.

The askîy Project: Urban agriculture in action

While many may believe that agriculture and gardening are best left to rural areas, one project that employs University of Saskatchewan students is working to show that urban gardening is a viable option in Saskatoon.

5K Foam Fest set for Canada Day weekend

If you and your friends are looking to get outside, get active and have some fun this Canada Day weekend, then the 5K Foam Fest could be just what you need.
Powerlifting 2 - Flickr - imagesbywestfall-2

Powerlifting: A genderless sport

When most people are asked to conjure up the image of a powerlifter, the first thing that often comes to mind is that of a hulking, overweight man who avoids cardio like the plague.
Are some  degrees better than others_ - Lesia Karalash

Not all degrees are created equal

While we are often fed the idea that a post-secondary education is valuable, it’s time we put away the antiquated belief that one size fits all