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Basketball teams prep for conference championships

Trailing at half of game three of their Canada West quarter-final series, the Huskies’ men survived a tough weekend against the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack as they were pushed to the brink of elimination.

Lower oil prices means fewer engineering jobs

The drop in oil prices is affecting more than the price at the pump. Engineering students report fewer job advertisements and reduced co-op programs as a result of company cutbacks.

Sports Recap: Feb 26th, 2015

Men’s hockey Cougars 2, Huskies 1 (OT) In game one of the best-of-three quarter-final series between Mount Royal University and the University of Saskatchewan, it would take overtime to find a winner. On....

U of S set to host volleyball nationals

With another school year winding down, it’s time to crown the nation’s best in university sport. Feb. 26–28 in Saskatoon will feature eight of the top men’s volleyball teams in Canada as they all vie for the right to be crowned the best team in the CIS.

U of S Game Jam levels up

You’re sprinting through a dystopian cityscape with a mysterious figure hunting you down. Or maybe you’re on the other side, setting loose an armada upon the radical you’re chasing. Running Man, an award-winning video game from University of Saskatchewan students, lets you decide.