You didn’t know your heart could break quite like this. Well-balanced and interesting, american dream by LCD Soundsystem ebbs and flows like the tears you cried over your middle-school crush.
Louis’ House Party events are a staple in the University of Saskatchewan’s social scene, but this year’s inaugural bash might have missed its mark.
Aries: Love is in the air this week, Aries, but be wary of that special human who caught your eye in BIO 120. The waxing crescent moon forebodes a time that might reveal they’re actually a werewolf. Taurus: Now would be a good time to phone someone you love and tell them that you’re planning…
In case you missed it on Sept. 1, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid a surprise visit to the University of Saskatchewan to discuss federal spending plans geared to help students bridge the gap between academia and employment.
Even food trucks ought to be held to the same standards as everything else, so the Sheaf rated Welcome Week vendors.
With Welcome Week, Orientation and an uptick in populace inhabiting the tunnel impending, we’ve reached a crucial point for student groups campus wide.
Transitions can be tricky no matter what your situation, and sometimes letting go can be the hardest thing to do. Here’s a special Sheaf guide to griping appropriately about regular seasonal patterns and leaving your bitterness in the dust when the weather shifts.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union offers support and services through campus centres, but with increasing apathy on the volunteer front, these resources aren’t living up to their full potential.
Uncreative poster vandalism is a staple during University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union elections, and in light of the most recent spree, it’s starting to feel like a good time to hang up those Sharpies.
From posters to pizza to photoshoots, candidates pursuing executive positions in the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union know that there is no holding back in the battle for student representation.