For many students, summer can be an excellent time to take dream trips, hang out with friends and tick off all those bucket list items.
Every band has their key style markers — be it guitar riffs, unique vocals, or, as one Saskatoon metal band is doing, a desire to mess with the audience a little bit.
While many may believe that agriculture and gardening are best left to rural areas, one project that employs University of Saskatchewan students is working to show that urban gardening is a viable option in Saskatoon.
Students and fitness can have a strange relationship due to a lack of time, odd schedules or simply uncertainty about what best suits their lifestyle.
This year saw the arrival of Saskatchewan’s second professional sports team, the Saskatchewan Rush.
With new funding from the Natural Sciences and Research Council of Canada PromoScience, they will be able to continue running the program.
David Carpenter, once an English professor at the University of Saskatchewan, has since left his position in order to pursue writing
Though old news to some, historians and history students at the University of Saskatchewan study not only past human behaviours and patterns, but also actively contribute to knowledge about contemporary environmental issues.
March 2016 will mark the second annual Energy Conservation Month at the University of Saskatchewan and the Office of Sustainability
Saskatoon is home to a variety of local musical talent, and one such artist is not only in the process of completing his University of Saskatchewan degree, but also releasing his first solo album.