Pulling “the sword from the stone” has just become a reality for University of Saskatchewan students. But instead of hardened rock, Louis’ is challenging students to hoist the sword from two tender patties of moist beef. Plain and simple, the Excalibur is an edible monstrosity that sits five inches high on the plate. Two half-pound…
Friday night lights, marching bands, tailgating, fireworks and Huskies cheerleaders ”” they're all part of the rich football tradition at the U of S. Sadly, however, one of these facets has been removed from Huskies football culture and will no longer be found at Griffiths Stadium. It's the Huskies cheerleading team.
Local hip-hop producer Factor recently reunited with Oakland, Calif. emcee Kirby Dominant ”” together, Factor and Dominant are known as Paranoid Castle ”” and on Aug. 30 they released their latest album, Champagne Nightmares! Brilliant in every possible way, this new album is packed with enough potential to emerge as a classic album of Saskatoon hip-hop.
Andrew McWiggan has travelled a long way to play volleyball at the University of Saskatchewan, but he hopes to bring more than just skill. The 19-year-old from Sale, Australia was diagnosed with type one diabetes when he was 16 and is now an ambassador for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He wants to show diabetic children around the world that they too can succeed in sports.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies point guard Jamelle Barrett was the highest scoring varsity basketball player in Canada last year. But he has football on his mind.
There are few bands kicking around Canada's indie music scene as unique as Rocky Mountain Rebel Music.
Peter MacKinnon has announced his advanced resignation from the position of president at the University of Saskatchewan.
It's rare that people can tap into the artistic dimensions of a prison inmate's mind. A publication from the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre is altering this reality.
The May 2 CFL draft selection of Huskies football players slotback Scott McHenry and defensive end Ivan Brown reiterates the effectiveness of the Green and White's football program. Despite a disappointing previous season for the Huskies, teammates of McHenry and Brown will surely find solace in the pair's successful results at the annual CFL draft. Brown was selected 31st overall by the Montreal Alouettes and McHenry 32nd overall by the Calgary Stampeders, both in the fourth round.
If Stalin were alive to discover that one of Russia's biggest national icons in the 21st century was making his fame and fortune on enemy turf in the capitalistic United States, the communist dictator's push broom moustache would undoubtedly turn grey.