Although we may feel removed from the actions of Donald Trump as Canadian university students, they have a larger impact on us as citizens of the world.
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.
The women’s hockey team had a mixed weekend
For me, a good workout playlist can sometimes mean the difference between actually getting some exercise and staying home to take a nap instead. Even if I don’t necessarily want to go for a run that day, I’ll still drag myself out so I have an excuse to listen to my favourite music uninterrupted.
Although many of us have interacted with the Saskatchewan health care system as patients or employees, most of us probably do not contemplate the ways in which it is organized.
The weather outside might still be chilly, but that hasn’t stopped the University of Saskatchewan track and field team from beginning a new season. The Huskies kicked off 2017 by hosting the 48th annual Downtown Lions Sled Dog Open Track & Field Meet on Jan. 13 and 14.
With the start of a new year, many people will embark on health-related resolutions.
In an age of global stability, it’s strangely comforting to know that no matter how many years I’ve been away, the same damn things will happen every time I go home for the holidays.
The start of a new year means a number of things: for Huskies athletes at the University of Saskatchewan, it means a return to the action with a renewed sense of optimism and drive after a long — and well deserved — winter break.
This may be Lauren Zary’s first term as captain of the Huskies women’s hockey team, but she’s already well ahead of the pack when it comes to fulfilling her role. As team leader, she brings both dedication and enthusiasm to the job.