The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Naomi Zurevinski
Although he only contributed a single article to the Sheaf last year, Scott’s impressive background as creator and head of the Evening Redness in the West international relations blog made him a solid applicant for the associate news editor position. Currently in his fifth year towards a political science degree with a minor in history, Scott hopes to land a career in journalism once he finishes school. In his off time, Scott hones his skills in Brazilian jiu jitsu.

Against Me! returns to form on Transgender Dysphoria Blues

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Much has changed in the two and a half years since the release of punk band Against Me!’s last album. In May 2012, the band’s singer — then known as Tom Gabel — publicly came out as a transgender woman and announced her plans to begin living under the name Laura Jane Grace.

Stolen public art installation found

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Pieces of a public art installation stolen from the University of Saskatchewan campus sometime on Nov. 13 or 14, 2013 were located in Lot 7 on the east side of Campus Drive on Dec. 11 by U of S Protective Services.

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