Sports & Health
How to spend your spare time this summer
A letter to the class of 2016
Although finishing university should be a joyful moment, many of us remain uncertain about the future.
Fort McMurray: How we talk about emergency situations
In the wake of the Fort McMurray wildfires, Canadians have gone above and beyond to provide assistance for those affected by the crisis
Summer reads: Books for the bored student
What is one to do when there is nothing left to study?
Summer school doesn’t have to be cruel
University of Saskatchewan students can find many ways to accommodate a leisurely summer alongside their academic obligations with a little help from the Sheaf.
Climate concerns: Sustainable Energy Conference comes to campus
With awareness of climate change becoming more widespread, many are wondering what can be done to reduce emissions
Summer in review: Your guide to Saskatoon’s cultural events
Saskatoon is known for being incredibly diverse when it comes to summer festivals and events.
Not so fast: U of S responds to new Saskatoon bike lanes
City of Saskatoon launches phase two of its Protected Bike Lane Demonstration Project
Recounting residential schools: The tale of Augie Merasty
David Carpenter, once an English professor at the University of Saskatchewan, has since left his position in order to pursue writing
Study songs for the stressed-out student
Good study tunes are crucial to a good study session.
New bilingual law program anticipated at U of S
The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law is breaking new ground with a proposal for a French common law program option for future students
All About Student Employment
Because you need a job, right?
Cuisine for cramming: A student guide to late-night delivery
With final exam season now upon the University of Saskatchewan, late-night studying sessions are inevitably in order.