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Dysfunction: Navigating university with high-functioning depression

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders, with approximately eight per cent of Canadian adults experiencing major depression at some point within their lifetime. But there are ways in which depression affects individuals that can vary greatly from person to person.
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Dog watch: Astrid Nyame

The life of a student athlete can be filled with challenges that regular students don’t always encounter.
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Cry me a river: Best places to cry at the U of S

With final exams on the horizon, a dark cloud of anxiety has descended upon the University of Saskatchewan and its students. Stress always brings out the worst in people — and that can include tears.
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Unique fitness classes to break exercise boredom

As much as we like to talk about the benefits of regular exercise, let’s be real: working out is hard, especially when you’re bored with your workout. Fitness classes are a great way to kickstart your workout routine when you’re feeling uninspired.
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Queer relationships also affected by intimate partner violence

Intimate partner violence occurs within LGBTQ communities, but is often ignored or overlooked. In a world where much of the attention tends to focus on heterosexual relationships, it is important to understand the risks and issues that affect the queer community.
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Why Saskatoon needs a safe injection site

While data shows that Saskatoon residents have divided opinions on building a safe injection site in the city, we should be looking at the fact that safe injection sites are proven to work for those most affected by intravenous drug use — the users themselves.