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River Volta Reading Series shines a light on Saskatchewan authors

Saskatoon has a rich literary community that offers regular author readings at bookstores and poetry reading nights — but the University of Saskatchewan master’s of fine arts writing students aim to offer a different kind of literary event and are doing just that.
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Fake News: Area roommate catches up on Better Call Saul

While many foolish students got sucked into expensive dinners and screenings of Fifty Shades Darker, second-year English major Mark Hazelsteven took Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to get some stuff off his Netflix queue.
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In defense of the USSU awareness weeks

The Arts Tunnel is always an exciting and bustling place on campus, allowing for student groups and other organizations to promote their activities or products.
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Hangover remedies to save us all

There are few certainties in life — death, taxes, the lackadaisical manner in which the artist at Subway wraps your sandwich — and perhaps the worst certainty of them all, the agony and despair that awaits you in the morning following a night of drinking.
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Core city students find support at Station 20 West

In an effort to support and inspire their peers, University of Saskatchewan students have teamed up with Station 20 West to produce animated videos exploring the lived experiences they face as core students.
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An arts and science degree is not a professional degree

Something that may not be completely transparent to students — and those outside of academia — are the job expectations or lack thereof many have upon convocation with a degree in arts and science. It is important to understand that an arts and science degree is not the same as a professional degree.