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Travelling solo: 14 tips for the beginner

The chance to explore a new — or familiar — city at your own pace is liberating, but it can also be intimidating. Whether your concerns are safety, meeting new people or how not to get bored, these tips will help you.
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The village that raises a child: Why mentoring youth matters

Whether a mentor or mentee, the community organization Big Brothers Big Sisters positively impacts the lives of those involved in the program. It also provides a unique opportunity for University of Saskatchewan students who want to help make a difference in Saskatoon.
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Cry me a river: Best places to cry at the U of S

With final exams on the horizon, a dark cloud of anxiety has descended upon the University of Saskatchewan and its students. Stress always brings out the worst in people — and that can include tears.
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Artist watch: Stephanie Mah prepares for BFA show

For fifth-year studio art major Stephanie Mah, art has always been a driving passion in her life. As her time comes to a close at the University of Saskatchewan, Mah is the final stages of producing her BFA show.
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River Volta Reading Series shines a light on Saskatchewan authors

Saskatoon has a rich literary community that offers regular author readings at bookstores and poetry reading nights — but the University of Saskatchewan master’s of fine arts writing students aim to offer a different kind of literary event and are doing just that.
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Five Essential Podcasts for Cinephiles

If you’re anything like me, the next best thing to watching a movie is listening to a good movie podcast. For the uninitiated, here are five great shows worth giving a listen to in your spare time — spoiler alert on all of them.