The following is a true account of events — barring artistic embellishment.
With a myriad of issues facing students across the country, from pollution to debt to isolation, important figures at the University of Saskatchewan are set to sign a memorandum that will affirm the university’s commitment to environmental, economic and social sustainability.
On Sept. 14, the Campus Howlers Toastmasters Club had an early start with their open house, offering students and community members the opportunity to learn first hand about Toastmasters.
On Sept. 9, students received a notification about an out-of-control event that took place off campus on the night of Sept. 8, leading many to wonder: what happened and how will this incident affect students at the University of Saskatchewan?
Q & A with the new executives.
Though many students are clinging to the last days of summer, some are preparing for the advent of classes, and the University of Saskatchewan Bookstore is ready for the rush, with a new alphabetical organizational system.
As the term approaches, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union centres are preparing for an influx of old and new students. With a newly hired co-ordinator and a different lounge space, the USSU Women’s Centre is up for the challenge.
Saskatoon has experienced unusual amounts of rain this summer, and one unexpected result of this rain, combined with the current construction of a new addition to St. Thomas More College, took place on July 24 after a turbulent storm.
After the June 1 release of the 2016-17 provincial budget, word about funding cuts for post-secondary institutions traveled quickly, but many at the University of Saskatchewan have been left wondering, what exactly will these cuts mean for students?
On Mar. 14, University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union president Jack Saddleback gained national recognition