If there’s excitement in the air at the University of Saskatchewan, it’s got nothing to do with student elections.
Aries: If you’re itching to learn something new, try the marimba. Taurus: It’s easy to feel like you’re always in the way. Gemini: When you’re walking down an icy street, try not to think about how you are not as brave now as you were when you were younger. Cancer: Don’t be fooled by those…
The beating heart of Nova Scotia’s nouveau guitar-pop, Nap Eyes, has well outgrown expectations with their third release, I’m Bad Now. The collection is ambitious but polished and personal — it’ll break your heart, but your toes won’t stop tapping. Every track is unique, but the subtle homage to bygone Maritime folk melodies is apparent…
In many ways, colonial structures at post-secondary institutions take power away from Indigenous students every day.
After a call from the ISC for Indigenous students to pull out of administrative committees and councils on campus, the USSU is unsure how to move forward.
Does the University of Saskatchewan have what it takes to prevent sexual violence on campus and support survivors?
This long-awaited release proves there’s nothing wrong with never changing.
Following a fiasco at The Baron, what we really need now is editorial responsibility.
My dry month was doomed from the start, and I won’t try again.
Aloof Edmonton innovator Sean Nicholas Savage certainly impresses with his twelfth studio release.