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

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The 2017-18 USSU executives prepare for the upcoming year

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On March 22, four students were selected to be executives for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union, acting as a representative body for all undergraduate students in both academic and non-academic matters. Now that the 2017-18 academic year is finally here, the USSU executives are ready to implement their goals for the year and give…

Enactus U of S Food for the Future project wins national award

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From May 9-11 in Vancouver, University of Saskatchewan students took home the Project Partnership Best Project award for the HSBC Indigenous Advancement Project at the 2017 Enactus Canada National Exposition. The winning project, Food for the Future, was one of four projects to represent the Enactus U of S team at the exposition. The Enactus…

March for Science comes to Saskatoon to inspire U of S students

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On April 22, about 200 citizens in Saskatoon rallied together in Victoria Park against the recent budget cuts to federal science agencies by the Trump Administration. There were University of Saskatchewan students in the crowd, many of whom hope to be members of the scientific community, both in Canada and throughout North America. The March…

Open Education Week brings students and professors together

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From Mar. 27 to 31, the University of Saskatchewan hosted its second Open Education Week, holding many sessions on how Open Educational Resources can benefit students and how they can be used in an educational community, allowing professors and students to access and share these resources as a team.

Global Village event highlights the importance of culture at the U of S

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On Mar. 14, the International Student and Study Abroad Centre sponsored another successful Global Village event, bringing together diverse cultural groups at the University of Saskatchewan and in the wider Saskatoon community. The event hosted 23 tables, each one representing a different country around the world and bringing its culture to life.

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