Mental Health Awareness Week: USSU helps students cope with stress

While taking care of mental health is something that many students often neglect, self-care is an important part of staying healthy as a university student. To increase students' knowledge on this issue, the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union is hosting Mental Health Awareness Week.

U of S Rodeo Team has open gates

Rodeo enthusiasts, horse people and everyone else — you’re all welcome to hang out with the University of Saskatchewan Rodeo Team in their fifth year of operation on campus.

College of Medicine to host Global Health Conference

For the fifth time, the annual student-led Global Health Conference will take place at the University of Saskatchewan, offering all students the opportunity to connect with professionals and each other on the topic of health care worldwide.

Perfectionism Poll

Results will be included in a feature by the Sheaf, coming out November 3!

Exploring the martial arts

Students looking to try something new, step outside of their comfort zone, get in shape, gain useful life skills and meet new people should consider practicing the martial arts.

Downtown arena discussion the beginning of the future

With a new city council soon to take office, the possibility of a new downtown arena in Saskatoon will likely become a louder conversation. While this may seem like a benign subject, it is actually the start of a very logical, yet exciting, fantasy.

Valkyries: First women’s football team in Saskatoon

Saskatoon is lucky enough to be the home of many football teams such as our own Huskies, the Hilltops and the single most successful team in the Western Women’s Canadian Football League — the Saskatoon Valkyries.