The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Youth head to G8 and G20

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On March 25 and 26, a Global Vision Junior Team Canada workshop will be in Saskatoon looking for representatives to attend the G8 and G20 summits this summer. Anyone looking to meet the finance minister of Japan?

Marks now available online

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Finding grades online just got a little easier for University of Saskatchewan students. Both PAWS and the iUSask application for the iPod Touch and iPhone have been updated with new features displaying grades.

Arlene Dickinson of Dragons’ Den visits

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Arlene Dickinson, owner of Venture Communications and best known for her role on CBC's Dragons' Den, was at the the University of Saskatchewan on March 4 to talk to young women hoping to enter the business world. She talked about her career, her newfound fame, and what it means to be a woman in the business world.

Largest donation in U of S history

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The University of Saskatchewan announced a $12 million donation from the Nasser family on Feb 26. Professor Emeritus Karim Nasser was on hand with his wife, Dora, five children and grandchildren to make the announcement.

Mug Run encourages sustainability

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The University of Saskatchewan throws away 8,000 paper cups per day ”” roughly the equivalent of four trees. Waste like this is why U of S student Amber Burton came up with the idea for the Mug Run last year.

Worst Valentine’s Day movies ever

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Nothing makes a more romantic Valentine's Day than turning down the lights and snuggling up with that special someone to watch a movie. Just be careful you don't ruin it by renting one of these mood killers.

New undergrad residences unveiled

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The new student residences in the College Quarter will include green space; paths for pedestrians and cyclists; environmentally friendly windows, faucets, toilets and appliances; a fully wheelchair accessible building; and several wheelchair accessible suites.

Breaking the silence

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After working for the Globe and Mail for almost 20 years, journalist Jan Wong was fired in 2008. For legal reasons, she has been unable to talk about it until recently.

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