The University of Saskatchewan is filled with art of all kinds and much of it goes unnoticed by students. In the time between classes, students are usually rushing to their next class or worrying about finding a place to eat or study, and often, the art that is on display is left unappreciated.
April — what a time. It’s the month when winter transforms into spring, when the birds begin to sing, and when the horde of procrastinators who should have started studying weeks ago swarm the Murray Library. This spring-time migration often leaves Murray congested, rowdy and not conducive to any meaningful studying. Good thing there are alternative study spaces on campus where you can get some work done.
Netflix and finals can be a potentially disastrous combination. However, with careful planning, an end worthy of a Shakespearean comedy is possible.
Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or not, Saskatchewan has various hiking trails that will leave everyone in awe! The Sheaf has put together a list of some of the best trails for beginners or experts to check out in our beautiful province.
As one grows older, the saying “healthy body, healthy mind” becomes increasingly important. Keeping your mind active can lead to improved memory and quality of life — an easy way to do this is to take advantage of classes right here on campus.
Some people can’t even imagine cutting meat out of their lives — and I used to be one of those people.
Showcasing the talented work of University of Saskatchewan students, the annual MIX Print Exhibition and Sale is back again for another year.
It may feel like the semester just began, but summer is just around the corner. We all know what that means — time to find a summer job.
Greystone Theatre presents its final production of the year, Cabaret, a musical based on a book by Christopher Isherwood about love during the Nazi’s rise to power in 1929.
The Broadway Theatre has undergone many transformations since it’s construction 70 years ago