What you should know about the USSU budget.
Cancer survivor Luke Boechler brings Relay for Life to U of S campus.
The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors has approved an average 4.5 per cent tuition hike. Undergraduates will see an average tuition increase of 4.8 per cent next year, while graduate students will pay an extra 3.4 per cent.
Two years after warning the College of Medicine that it would risk losing accreditation if it did not restructure its operations, a small team of inspectors has returned to the University of Saskatchewan to examine the changes the medical school has made so far.
Late in the afternoon near the end of February, Bill Whatcott sat at his office in the quiet city of Weyburn, Sask. He was having a bad day. That morning, Canada’s top court ruled that two anti-gay flyers he distributed in Saskatoon years earlier violated Saskatchewan’s Human Rights Code and met the legal definition of hate speech.
The University of Saskatchewan is gearing up to execute a second and more extensive round of job cuts between now and the end of April. Soon the remaining 75 per cent of colleges and units that have so far gone unaffected by cuts will see layoffs.
Browsers Café will unveil an entirely new look and name this summer after more than a decade selling books and operating as a coffee house. We've got a side-by-side comparison of Browsers' existing layout and the architectural renderings of what the new cafe will look like.
The Saskatchewan Archives Board has staffed an office at the University of Saskatchewan for nearly 70 years. But due to a new and more expensive lease agreement with the university, the office — tucked below the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery in the basement of the Murray Building — could be forced to box up its collection and leave as early as 2015.
About 150 students and supporters crowded upper Place Riel Jan. 29 as the frontrunner for the Liberal leadership race Justin Trudeau made a campaign pitstop on campus.
A crush of students are set to pack University of Saskatchewan council chambers Jan. 24 as top administrators look to lock down approval for TransformUS, the massive program review that aims to permanently axe $25 million in spending.