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The militarization of police needs to stop

Frontline police in Saskatchewan will soon have access to high-powered, semi-automatic carbine rifles. While this move is aimed at increasing police safety, statistics suggest that the weapons will do more harm than good.

Saskatoon actually kind of safe

If you’ve paid any attention to local matters lately, you’ve no doubt read the scandalous news about our dear city: according to Statistics Canada, Saskatoon is now the most dangerous city in the country.

The continued persistence of gay slurs

Since the rights of the LGBTQ community are undoubtedly on the rise worldwide, the continued prevalence of gay slurs comes as a considerable surprise.

U of S psychology students win national competition

Applied social psychology students at the University of Saskatchewan enjoy a unique opportunity in both masters and doctoral programs, which allows them to participate in the annual Student Evaluation Case Competition.

Former Huskie Smuk to be remembered

After 13 months of fighting cancer, the former University of Saskatchewan Huskies hockey player ultimately lost his battle with the disease and passed away on June 25.