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.
From March 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.
As final exams draw strikingly near, anxiety at the University of Saskatchewan grows, and yet students can take heart in the fact that the holidays are just around the corner.
For many university students surrounded by expectations and deadlines, self-esteem and confidence can be difficult to find and sustain.
On Oct. 22, hundreds of community members, including University of Saskatchewan students and then mayoral candidate Charlie Clark, marched the streets of downtown Saskatoon in support of the Lighthouse Supported Living Inc., following provincial government cuts to their stabilization unit.
Student demographics at the University of Saskatchewan are constantly shifting and an increasing number of undergraduate students need access to daytime child care.