Rap puts South Chicago on the map, at a cost

Regional styles have played an important role in the development of rap music in the United States. The traditional players have been the east coast, west coast and the south, but Chicago’s “drill” scene is the latest emerging hotspot.

Admin: no commitment to childcare expansion

Following the announcement that the University of Saskatchewan would be re-examining all of its options for childcare expansion, Vice-President Finance and Resources Greg Fowler said they had never made a commitment to a proposed daycare facility next to Souris Hall.

Tuition, TransformUS opposition on the rise

Student and faculty groups at the University of Saskatchewan are stepping up their opposition to TransformUS in the wake of the latest round of tuition hikes on March 17.

U of S expands non-discrimination policy

The University of Saskatchewan has added gender identity, gender expression and two-spirit identities to its Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Policy.

U of S commits to open textbook program

Cheaper textbooks are on the horizon for University of Saskatchewan students, as the governments of Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia have agreed to establish an open-textbook program.

Model UN club back after more than a decade

A group of internationally-minded students at the University of Saskatchewan have started a model United Nations club to simulate the procedures of the real-life organization.

5 Days for the Homeless back on U of S campus

Five students from Edwards School of Business will be spending the nights of March 9–13 sleeping outside in an effort to raise awareness and money for the annual 5 Days for the Homeless campaign.