With summer fast approaching, many Huskies teams are entering their off-season. The off-season doesn’t mean that they completely stop training though, and instead, teams focus on building up strength while also making time for rest.
From Mar. 13-17, five University of Saskatchewan students participated in the 5 Days for the Homeless campaign, raising money, material donations and awareness about homelessness in Saskatoon. While working to reduce homelessness is a noble cause, the methods used by this campaign to raise awareness are both insensitive and concerning.
There’s nothing quite like being wrapped up in an interesting topic that leaves you feeling inspired, motivated or curious for more information.
With 2017, students are brought a new term and the usual dump of Saskatoon snow, but this doesn’t have to be a cause for despair.
Significant research underway at the University of Saskatchewan is grabbing international attention, as it has the potential to help millions of people in Canada and across the world who are affected by allergies, asthma and autoimmune diseases.
In a poll conducted through thesheaf.com in September and October of 2016, 350 students reported on whether or not they deal with perfectionism
Although everyone loves candy and chocolate at Halloween, no holiday would be complete without some home-baked goodies!
As part of the University of Saskatchewan’s Sustainability Week, the Bridge City Bicycle Co-op in Saskatoon hosted a workshop on winter biking on Oct. 14
It can be difficult to make these types of spaces feel comfortable, and while there’s no place like home, there are ways to make your space feel much more cozy and to add a touch of your personality at the same time.
A classic problem that university students face is one that creeps up unexpectedly: weight gain. The “freshman 15” is a phrase that refers to an amount of weight that is usually gained during a student’s first year of post-secondary education, and is generally caused by everything student life stands for — drinking, lack of exercise and not eating well.