It would be rather prudish and even potentially dangerous to pretend college students aren’t having sex. Why dangerous? Abstinence-only sex education in the United States has been a disaster.
This is not another in the fine tradition of Sheaf “don’t wear sweatpants” articles. If you wear sweatpants to school, you and I are doing such different things already that this is not even remotely addressed to you. Do your thing. For everyone else, it’s worth keeping in mind that you are always in an interview.
The upcoming “One-Queer Show: Challenging the Identity of Woman” at the Refinery is both a personal snapshot of its star and author, Sara Waldbillig and a historical document.
Student weight gain is rampant and what we drink plays a mjor role. The main problem isn’t drinking beer. It isn’t even pop. Look instead to fruit drinks.
Curtis Coleman went to the Farmer’s Market every weekend. He loved spending hours wandering the Saturday market to take everything in. But he knew he was lucky to do so.
There’s been a lot of rape talk in the news and online recently, which is great, because rape talk is uncomfortable and hits too close to home for a lot of people, myself and this paper, as Ashley Hyshka’s Sept. 6 article illustrated, obviously included.
I was late to Regina Folk Fest, which meant I missed Mavis Staples perform. Most prominently, this meant I missed her tribute to Levon Helm and The Band, a heartbreaking rendition of “The Weight.” The set was, by all accounts but mine, one to remember. I wish I could have been there to see it.
Tomatoes, the iUsask iPhone application and pig virus vaccines. The Industry Liaison Office has turned original research on all three into a huge source of revenue for campus researchers and the university. Last year alone, the ILO generated $5.7 million in research revenue for the University of Saskatchewan. Of that, roughly $2.75 million was paid out to inventors on campus and $1 million was injected back into the colleges where the licensed inventions were developed.
"Students are told to pay more, get less and be grateful," said Len Findlay, one of the most vocal professors on the subject. He taught nine extra credit units this year to keep the English course offerings up to snuff.
Languages at the University of Saskatchewan are suffering under the budget cuts being implemented across the College of Arts and Science. Though neither the university nor the college budgets have officially been released, students have caught wind of likely funding cuts from tutorial leaders and professors as well as the two town hall meetings held by the college.