The school year is nearly finished and the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is gearing up for their elections with a campaign featuring nine candidates.
Saskatoon has a rich literary community that offers regular author readings at bookstores and poetry reading nights — but the University of Saskatchewan master’s of fine arts writing students aim to offer a different kind of literary event and are doing just that.
The University of Saskatchewan is consistently trying to create stronger relationships with Indigenous students and faculty, and Aboriginal Achievement Week is one more opportunity for all students to build community.
Sanctuary cities are common throughout the United States, but as of right now there are only four of them in Canada.
Creative expression can help students have a more meaningful university experience, but it is often missing from students’ busy lives. With the launching of online magazine Her Campus, students at the University of Saskatchewan will have a new platform to share their stories and ideas creatively.
University tuition has been an important issue in Canada in recent years, starting with the 2012 Quebec student strike.
Women are often under-represented in many fields, especially in leadership roles, and this fact is no different at the University of Saskatchewan. In response to this deficit, the U of S Students’ Union has created the first ever Women in Leadership week.
The year 2016 has been eventful, with many new and innovative infrastructures and initiatives at the University of Saskatchewan, as well as a few challenges and setbacks.
For many students at the University of Saskatchewan, student groups and associations are integral to a sense of community belonging.
On Nov. 21, well-known author of The Book of Negroes and The Illegal, Lawrence Hill, will be speaking at the University of Saskatchewan for the annual College of Arts and Science book club presentation.