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Saskatchewan Student Coalition: Calling for Action rally

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A public rally, held in front of the Saskatchewan Cabinet office on the afternoon of Sept. 29, was hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union president, David D’Eon, to call upon the Government of Saskatchewan to renew their support for post-secondary education. The provincial government introduced a 5.6 per cent cut to the base…

Saskatchewan students unite to take on provincial budget cuts

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The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is reforming the Saskatchewan Students’ Coalition as a way to unify with other institutions in the province and lobby against post-secondary cuts, after the austerity measures implemented by the provincial government on March 22. When the annual provincial was budget announced, revealing that funding to advanced education would be…

Bengali event to elicit thoughts on multiculturalism and reconciliation

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On Sept. 9, the Bangladeshi Undergraduate Student Federation at the University of Saskatchewan will co-host an artistic event dedicated to the work of Nobel Laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore. The event will talk about identity and the philosophical teachings of the poet as a way to engage in reconciliation in light of Canada 150. The event…

Shaping campus for future decades: U of S seeks student engagement for master plan

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On June 13, the University of Saskatchewan Office of Sustainability hosted a public engagement event at Amigos Cantina for Saskatoon community members to give direct input in developing the master plan of the campus. The framework will focus on principles of sustainability, utilization of space, community and experience on campus, while also balancing the heritage…

Indigenous Students’ Council lacks representation from colleges

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From April 4-5, Indigenous students elected council members to the Indigenous Students’ Council at the University of Saskatchewan. However, a lack of college representatives may create poor communication between the ISC, college administrations and student groups campus wide. The ISC seeks Indigenous representation on the council from specific colleges on campus, but this year, there…

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