A recent panel discussion showed the importance of diversity to student leaders on campus.
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Saskatoon is no Emerald City, but we’re taking steps to be as green as we can be.
Last month, the University of Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding that will be a public commitment designed to formalize the already strong relationship between the two bodies. U of S Students’ Union President David D’Eon discusses Mayor Charlie Clark’s enthusiasm for working with the university, which prompted the…
The Broadway Theatre has undergone many transformations since it’s construction 70 years ago
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Valentine’s Day can put a lot of pressure on those in a relationship — especially when it comes to creating the perfect night.
Buying expensive gifts for that special someone isn’t always an option if you’re working with a tight budget.
With a change of lead singer, Saskatoon-based band Friends of Foes hopes to show both students and the city their new sound.
Following their elections for a full executive team in mid-October, the Indigenous Students’ Council plans to encourage greater representation of Indigenous students in student groups across campus.