The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Kimberley Hartwig

Kimberley Hartwig has 145 articles published.

A pro at covering campus sports, Kimberley prefers to take her talents beyond the scoreboard to hunt down in-depth articles with the university’s top athletes. While Kimberley takes a vested interest in playing sports of all kinds, she boasts impressive stats in tennis, softball and badminton. Coupled with her proficiency as a writer, Kimberley’s love for the game made her a perfect fit to take over as sports editor. Having already conquered an honours degree in English, Kimberley returns this year to earn her final credits for a bachelor’s in French.

Dog Watch: Cassidy Hendricks

Guarding the net during the Huskies women’s hockey team’s run to their first-ever Canada West banner and bronze medal at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championship, Cassidy Hendricks has had a stellar season on the ice.

Students share their path to wellness

Healthy U Interactive has launched a new program to bring students’ experiences with health and wellness to the forefront. Four students are blogging about their path to a healthy lifestyle and all the difficulties they encounter.

Saskatoon co-hosts Wings for Life World Run

On May 4, 2014 Saskatoon runners will line up to take part in a global race that will take place simultaneously across six continents in over 35 locations. The Wings for Life World Run is the first event of its kind: a race with no finish line.

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