In a province where the HIV infection rate is double that of the rest of the country, Saskatchewan is facing a public health crisis.
Freedom of expression is a much-debated topic on university campuses. Continually we’re forced to ask, “Where do we draw the line between protecting students’ safety and protecting students’ right to free academic discussion?”
The year 2016 has been important in many regards, and it also marks a special event that is much less current than most evening news topics: the anniversary of a significant historical work that has special connections to the University of Saskatchewan.
Although the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Pride Centre remains in the same space as previous years — even as other USSU Centres have moved — students can look forward to several new developments in the upcoming school year.
The end of summer marks many beginnings at the University of Saskatchewan, from the first day of classes to the start of another Huskie Athletics season. This year, these beginnings also include the addition of a new professor to the department of English.
In case you haven’t heard, podcasts — a form of downloadable digital media — have been steadily gaining popularity in recent years, and Saskatoon is no exception to this growing audio entertainment trend.
As the annual Saskatoon Pride Parade approaches, LGBTQ issues are in the news and at the forefront of public consciousness.
In the wake of the Fort McMurray wildfires, Canadians have gone above and beyond to provide assistance for those affected by the crisis.
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Classes may be winding down for students at the University of Saskatchewan, but the Indigenous Students’ Council is already looking ahead to next year with the election of their new executive team.