LB5Q organizers have revealed LB5Q Presents: Blackout.
Three students and an assistant professor from the University of Saskatchewan have been chosen to take part in the New Canada Conference in Charlottetown, P.E.I — a think tank that will bring together young Canadians to celebrate their country’s history and plan for its future.
Due to the loss of university support, the Edwards Business Student’s Society announced on June 20 that its Little Buddy Big Buddy Barbecue — known colloquially as LB5Q — has been cancelled.
Watching Blitzen Trapper perform live is a treat for any fan of heavy drumbeats, twangy guitar and wailing harmonica.
On May 21, former Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Gordon Barnhart was appointed as acting president of the University of Saskatchewan following the same-day firing of Ilene Busch-Vishniac from the position.
After declaring an outbreak of syphilis in the city on Mar. 12, the Saskatoon Health Region has seen a decline in reported cases of the sexually transmitted infection.
From seven possible candidates, University of Saskatchewan undergraduates have chosen four students to represent them as members of the U of S Students’ Union
On March 19, the Saskatchewan government announced the 2014–15 budget with increases in funding to post-secondary institutions across the province.
Announced in Upper Place Riel on March 27, the University of Saskatchewan undergraduate student body has chosen its students’ union executive members for the 2014–15 academic year.
Coming off an exciting season that saw them win their first ever Canada West trophy, the University of Saskatchewan women’s hockey team is looking to ride their success into a Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship title.