Former USSU President Kehan Fu talks with the Sheaf about capturing the narrative of nutrition with NOM.
While many people are familiar with massive science fiction franchises like Blade Runner or The Matrix, fewer are acquainted with the genre’s low-budget gems.
Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig critiques capitalism in his Netflix anime Neo Yokio.
Saskatchewan post-secondary students are still speaking out against provincial budget cuts.
Take Something and Run is helping Saskatoon youth play gigs and break into the local music scene.
The Canada West Universities Athletics Association is making it easier for sports fans to follow their favourite university sports teams with the launch of the new Canada West Front Row score-tracking app and the re-launch of the Canada West TV streaming service.
Although the fall television season historically has presented a greater quantity of shows, the 2017 summer schedule offered a few great new seasons of television.
Many gamers aspire to play video games professionally, and one former University of Saskatchewan student has done just that in the competitive Halo scene.
A Vancouver-based sports-comedy podcast has managed to find a cult audience among both sports and comedy fans, and the podcast creators are offering up some tips for those students looking to get started on their own podcasts.
LGBTQ2 athletes often face barriers when competing in sports, but a campus program at the University of Saskatchewan hopes to change that.