Saskatonians got spooky and sweaty with this year’s iteration of the SWITCH Zombie Run.
Med.Hack(+) will bring together two complementary professions to solve problems in the medical industry: technology and medicine.
When students read about cancer as a leading cause of death in Canada, they may first think about breast cancer, lung cancer and skin cancer.
When many students at the University of Saskatchewan think of magic, Harry Potter or Mickey Mouse’s wizard hat is the first thing that comes to mind.
Most people will need access to legal services at some point in their life. For students at the University of Saskatchewan outside of the College of Law, the legal system can be mystifying, but one group of student volunteers is working to change that.
University students are often deprived of sleep because of school, work and extracurricular activities, and it is not uncommon to see students napping on campus. Last term, Peer Health Mentors decided to help fellow students during the exam period by setting up a nap room at the University of Saskatchewan.
On Nov. 21, a Transgender Day of Remembrance was held at the University of Saskatchewan by the Pride Centre and its volunteers. During this candlelight vigil, students, staff and members of the community gathered to remember those who lost their lives as a consequence of transphobia.
As human trafficking is a criminal offence that still takes place across Canada, affecting individuals and families alike, one student at the University of Saskatchewan is addressing this issue and initiating a discussion.
For Enactus University of Saskatchewan, 2016 is the year for continuing a legacy of social, economic and environmental changes that Enactus students agree are key components when creating a strong and successful community.