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Interactive map: crime hotspots on the U of S campus

Each marker on our interactive map represents a location where crimes have been reported at the U of S. Campus Safety consolidates all crimes in any given location or building to the nearest relavant marker location. Each marker is colour coded depending on how many crimes have been reported at each location from 2007-12.
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TransformUS nominations are now open

Nominations are now open for both TransformUS task forces. Faculty, staff and students can nominate themselves or others by filling out an online form.
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SurveyUS: the results are in

We conducted an online survey to gauge where students stood on the university’s cost-cutting measures, what students perceived the financial problems to be and how the university should go about solving its money issues. This article covers a breakdown of some of those responses.
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Welcome to the new thesheaf.com, now with 100% more awesome

This past year, our website has been a bit... Well, troublesome. Lately it has been truly a sorry state of affairs, and we needed to take drastic measures. Which is exactly what we did. After weeks of planning and another month of hard work migrating and rebuilding the site from (almost) scratch, we’d like to welcome you to the new and improved thesheaf.com!
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Video: Saskatchewan Jazz Fest 2012 — Tribute To The Funk

The Sheaf was lucky enough to have a chance to get relatively up close and personal — and funky — at the 2012 Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival. Here's our super funky video roundup of this year's festival, featuring the one and only Five Alarm Funk.
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Salsa, sunshine, and dreadlocks: the Jazz Fest opens with a bang

Last night the 26th annual Saskatchewan Jazz Fest launched with a spectacular, blue-skyed evening of music by Wil Campa and Michael Franti. Decidedly non-jazzy, yes, but still exhilaratingly energetic — and the nine day long festival has only just begun.