USSU speak on their goals and what they hope to achieve
Over the last two years, over 700 students, staff and faculty at the University of Saskatchewan have participated in a program that is aiming to increase cultural awareness
If the enrollment trends continue as they have for the past five years, the University of Saskatchewan can expect approximately 20,000 students to enroll in 2015-16
In front of a crowd of approximately 1000 attendees, the University of Saskatchewan Ahmadiyya Muslim Students' Association made Western Canadian history this July when they won the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association’s National Award of Excellence for 2014-15.
Applied social psychology students at the University of Saskatchewan enjoy a unique opportunity in both masters and doctoral programs, which allows them to participate in the annual Student Evaluation Case Competition.
Following a rigorous hiring process beginning in the fall of 2014, the University of Saskatchewan announced its new president on July 9 to a crowded Convocation Hall.
Saskatoon has felt the effects of the resulting smoke, students from the University of Saskatchewan are facing several other challenges as more than 100 fires continue to burn.
The University of Saskatchewan Wind Orchestra is the only Canadian collegiate invited to perform among elite musicians
History was made this past week as the 100th anniversary of the first female Aboriginal and Métis graduate, Annie Maude (Nan) McKay, now coincides with the largest Aboriginal graduating class to date from the University of Saskatchewan.
As the city of Saskatoon reroutes its commuters to accommodate the closure of the University Bridge, an opportunity to increase public transit ridership and improve the present transit system has also arisen.