Sports & Health
USSU Election Poster Madness 2017: Round 2
Round 2 begins!
Breaking one final silence: U of S to host last Breaking the Silence conference
In 1997, Don Cochrane, emeritus professor of educational foundations, and his students at the University of Saskatchewan organized the first Breaking the Silence conference.
USSU Election Poster Madness 2017: Round 1
Take a moment to vote for your favorite poster since you see them everywhere anyways!
[Fake News] USSU issues apology after International Women’s Day screening of White Chicks
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is under fire
The village that raises a child: Why mentoring youth matters
Whether a mentor or mentee, the community organization Big Brothers Big Sisters positively impacts the lives of those involved in the program. It also provides a unique opportunity for University of Saskatchewan students who want to help make a difference in Saskatoon.
Social media: The failed experiment
It seems with each passing day, each subsequent rising and setting of the sun, the world becomes a more confusing place to live.
Bicycling North gets wellness rolling in northern communities
Through the ambitious Bicycling North program, Brendan Groat is advocating for increased health in northern communities through the practice of cycling.
Pharmacist Awareness Month educates on pharmacists’ roles in health care
In Saskatchewan alone, there are over 1,350 pharmacists working in community pharmacy, hospitals, ambulatory care and primary health-care teams, and the number is growing every year.
What should the USSU do for you?
Candidates will officially announce their run for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union on Mar. 13 and voting will be carried out over Mar. 22 and 23.
U of S should be honest about pot
Despite our government moving closer and closer towards legalization and regulation of cannabis products for recreational purposes, and the medical community becoming more aware of the benefits of marijuana, there is still so much demonization of the substance, and the worst part is that it is mostly based on misinformation and anti-drug propaganda.
Artist watch: Stephanie Mah prepares for BFA show
For fifth-year studio art major Stephanie Mah, art has always been a driving passion in her life. As her time comes to a close at the University of Saskatchewan, Mah is the final stages of producing her BFA show.
The truth about students eating gluten-free
Although knowledge about celiac disease has become more common in recent years, a number of myths about the condition still persist — much to the frustration of those diagnosed with it.
U of S students raise awareness about the human brain
According to the Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatchewan has seen a significant increase in brain injuries in the last five years.