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.
Spring is right around the corner, and as the days get lighter, many people start craving lighter, healthier meals as well.
The life of a student athlete can be filled with challenges that regular students don’t always encounter.
Although studying abroad is a concept usually associated with the fine arts and humanities, the University of Saskatchewan also provides several travel options for students in the health sciences.
Although abortion of some kind has been legal in Canada since 1969, reproductive choice remains a complicated and controversial issue.
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.
Although many people are familiar with the achievements of Huskie student athletes, University of Saskatchewan students also work behind the scenes to help our sports teams succeed.
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.
Between Donald Trump’s presidency and Beyoncé losing at the Grammys, it seems like there’s always something important happening in the world that we should know about.
Huskies Athletics is a major part of the University of Saskatchewan community.