With a new city council soon to take office, the possibility of a new downtown arena in Saskatoon will likely become a louder conversation. While this may seem like a benign subject, it is actually the start of a very logical, yet exciting, fantasy.
Questions of the relative modernity and sophistication of Saskatoon are perennial discussion points among citizens of this city.
With a new year on the horizon, scores of new students will be flooding the halls of the University of Saskatchewan in their ongoing pursuit of higher education.
While it serves the single largest college on campus, the Arts and Science Students’ Union could easily appear to operate in its own bubble. I spoke with the ASSU to get a better idea of what they do, what they’ll be doing this year and what they wish more students knew about them.
With a new school year on the horizon, the perennial issue of poor public transit is sure to return as a topic of conversation for Saskatonians — students especially. While transit in the city is a headache, we still need to get on board with it sooner than later.
While we are often fed the idea that a post-secondary education is valuable, it’s time we put away the antiquated belief that one size fits all and that a degree in any field is comparable to another.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of Louis’ Pub, the University of Saskatchewan’s venerable student hangout.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union election remains a confusing and occasionally infuriating spectacle.
An iconic female will soon appear on Canadian currency following public consultation.
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