International student Patrick Pranger takes the Canadian Prairies by storm, achieving national recognition in men’s university soccer.
After discovering what he believed to be a bed bug, a Facebook user condemns the Murray Library, asserting that he would not return to the campus space.
Clearly visible only on a trip across the University Bridge, the President’s Residence is somewhat of an enigma on campus.
Each new school year at the University of Saskatchewan signals a flurry of ratifications for new students groups, and one such new group seeks to bring together a large body of students on campus. The newly formed International Students’ Association held elections for a five-member executive team in March 2017. As members of student council…
From Mar. 22-23, undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan took part in the annual U of S Students’ Union elections, voting in an entirely new executive team.
For many first-year students, particularly those in residence, cooking and eating healthy meals is a struggle.
On Jan. 16, numerous news outlets, including the New York Times, reported that Monica Crowley, chosen by President Donald Trump to serve on his National Security Council, will not be accepting the appointment following two recent allegations of plagiarism.
In the wake of the recent United States election, many students at the University of Saskatchewan are concerned about the rise of Islamophobia and intolerance toward visible minorities.