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Many students wonder how to use the theory and knowledge they gain in university in a practical and beneficial way. To enable students to work directly with community organizations and expand their work outside the academic bubble, the University of Saskatchewan is offering a new women’s and gender studies class during the spring term. WGST…
For fifth-year studio art major Stephanie Mah, art has always been a driving passion in her life. As her time comes to a close at the University of Saskatchewan, Mah is the final stages of producing her BFA show.
Community gardens provide fresh produce, opportunities to interact with the land and a chance to work
Feminine hygiene products are vital when it comes to dealing with periods and a lack of access to them can be detrimental.
Jebunnessa Chapola is making her mark in the fields of feminism, volunteering and cultural activism.
Jordan Bulgis combines his interest in both drawing and painting in order to create something tangible from his abstract ideas and thoughts.
Shelby Lechman may be one of many graduating from the fine arts program at the University of Saskatchewan, but her final show sets her apart from other graduates through its unique representation of the human experience.