Brett Fairbairn informed the U of S via email of two administrative positions’ elimination.

Senior admin layoffs tied to TransformUS

Announced via email to University of Saskatchewan community on March 27, the elimination of two associate vice-president positions was influenced by the soon-to-be implemented TransformUS plan.
Chief Keef and Lil Reese (left to right) captured in the music video for their song “Traffic.”

Rap puts South Chicago on the map, at a cost

Regional styles have played an important role in the development of rap music in the United States. The traditional players have been the east coast, west coast and the south, but Chicago’s “drill” scene is the latest emerging hotspot.
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Fifth-year hockey players look back on season

Departing fifth-year men’s hockey players — captain Brennan Bosch and forward Andrew Bailey — capped off their final year with the Huskies by winning silver medals at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championships.
The Canadian forces withdrew the last of their troops from Afghanistan in March 2014.

What does the future hold for Afghanistan?

Canada withdrew the last of its troops from Afghanistan in March 2014, but after 12 years of military engagement has Canada really achieved the mission it set out to accomplish?
Paper Airplanes student members each took on multiple roles in the production of the series.

Web series Paper Airplanes soars onto the big screen

A unique production written, directed and performed entirely by University of Saskatchewan students, Paper Airplanes finally made its big screen debut at the Broadway Theatre on April 1 after much local and national media hype.
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Admin: no commitment to childcare expansion

Following the announcement that the University of Saskatchewan would be re-examining all of its options for childcare expansion, Vice-President Finance and Resources Greg Fowler said they had never made a commitment to a proposed daycare facility next to Souris Hall.