Sports & Health
Fake news highlights of 2016
Best of the best
Why a dry January should be a 2017 resolution for you
January is is a time when many students consider setting resolutions for the new year.
Psychedelic therapy a progressive field for U of S
Despite being used for spiritual and medical purposes for thousands of years, psychedelics have become almost entirely dismissed as a viable medicinal option in the last century. In recent years, however, public perceptions about these medicines have begun to change for the better.
Healthy study snacks that pass the test
Soon, University of Saskatchewan students will be thrown into final exams season. This is a place where anything goes — into your stomach, that is.
A YEAR IN SPORTS
2016 was a year that produced a number of unlikely events.
Album of the Week: An Odd Entrances by Thee Oh Sees
the San Francisco elite garage band's new album
Fake News: New study shows this probably won’t get any better
A recent study conducted at the University of Saskatchewan has delivered findings that are raising eyebrows.
Getting bad grades in your first year: You’re not alone
For some first-year students, getting a crappy grade can be a stressful and anxious experience.
Tips and tricks for gift shopping on a budget
Buying expensive gifts for that special someone isn’t always an option if you’re working with a tight budget.
Lest we forget our transgender brothers and sisters: Pride Centre hosts transgender vigil
On Nov. 21, a Transgender Day of Remembrance was held at the University of Saskatchewan by the Pride Centre and its volunteers. During this candlelight vigil, students, staff and members of the community gathered to remember those who lost their lives as a consequence of transphobia.
Mona to make their Saskatoon debut at Louis’
American rock band Mona will be stopping by Saskatoon to play at Louis’ Pub on Dec. 6. The band is currently on tour across western Canada, after having recently released their latest EP In the Middle.
International Women’s Movement shares stories of sexual assault
Sexual assault is a pertinent issue on all university campuses, and the International Women’s Movement is working to raise awareness of this issue among students at the University of Saskatchewan.
[POLL] 2016 Reflection Survey
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