The candidates for the USSU executive answer questions for the Sheaf regarding the upcoming elections.
One U of S student, who hopes to change perceptions of Indigenous women using social media, has gained recognition from the UN.
Take a look at the Sheaf’s highlights of memorable moments and events at the University of Saskatchewan throughout 2017.
Finding a costume doesn’t have to be difficult, even if you have a hectic schedule.
University Students’ Council unanimously votes to upgrade the Memorial Union Building and Place Riel.
Victims of assault are more likely to report incidents due to the prevention policy enacted two years ago at the U of S.
According to the Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatchewan has seen a significant increase in brain injuries in the last five years.
On Jan. 26, the University of Saskatchewan showcased a variety of research projects, giving undergraduate students the opportunity to present work to everyone on campus and to see the research of their peers.