DSS employees believe a name change to “Access and Equity Services” will better reflect the services they provide to students.
Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls were remembered with a vigil held at a new monument dedicated to victims.
A new volunteer-focused resource is in development by the University of Saskatchewan to validate undergraduate students’ extra-curricular work. Currently, co-curricular records are available to students in the colleges of Arts and Science and Education, but they are set to extend to other colleges in the coming years. CCR are a personalized summary of learning activities that…
School stress is bad enough with essays, exams, extracurricular activities and a lack of sleep, but if you add in mental health struggles and loan repayments, then you’re in for one hell of a ride.
Travelling can be a stressful thing on its own, but when you add in a romantic partner, perhaps someone you are trying to impress or someone you’ve grown comfortable with, it can get a little trickier.
Despite our government moving closer and closer towards legalization and regulation of cannabis products for recreational purposes, and the medical community becoming more aware of the benefits of marijuana, there is still so much demonization of the substance, and the worst part is that it is mostly based on misinformation and anti-drug propaganda.
Are you finding things are getting old in the bedroom?
On Jan. 25, thousands of Canadians will be texting and tweeting in the name of ending mental health stigma for Bell Let’s Talk Day.
It is the end of another semester at the University of Saskatchewan and as winter begins, students are reflecting on how they spent their time here in the past few months. With that in mind, what can we do differently next semester to make 2017 suck a lot less than 2016?
For some first-year students, getting a crappy grade can be a stressful and anxious experience.