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LB5Q IN REVIEW

On Sept. 11, the Edwards Business Students’ Society hosted their annual Little Buddy Big Buddy Barbecue — or LB5Q 2k17 for the uninitiated. Although it was held at its historic home in Prairieland Park, EBSS shook up the event by moving it inside. While pragmatic, the decision made the venue feel slightly oversized — an…

Saskatoon’s newest coffee roasters make coffee a positive experience for all

July 2017 saw the Broadway area welcome Venn Coffee Roasters. Tucked in behind Amigos, this coffee shop offers more than just great espresso and Norwegian-inspired pastries. Venn Coffee first appeared in local Saskatoon businesses like The Night Oven Bakery and The Hollows. Venn is not Saskatoon’s first local roaster, nor its first third-wave-style roaster, but…

Usask reads: Students talk about their favourite summer novels

Summer break is a great time to catch up on the books you’ve been meaning to get to but haven’t had the time to read during the school year. The Sheaf caught up with some known Usask bookworms who dished the dirt on their favourite novels of summer 2017. David D’Eon, USSU president The Lathe…

Summer sounds: A guide to some of this summer’s best albums

Summer is a bittersweet occasion for music nerds worldwide. On the one hand, people might have more time to peruse the surplus of new releases. On the other hand, it is exceedingly difficult to stay on top of the best releases. The Sheaf, however, is willing to take on this challenge so you don’t have…

A guide to prairie fashion in 2017

With a summer of Canada 150 celebrations focused around the hubs of Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, you might find that the Prairies — and Saskatchewan in particular — are lacking in the same gravitas of cultural heritage and expression. With these big events happening around us, it might seem that we are passive consumers of…

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