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.

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.

Hangover remedies to save us all

There are few certainties in life — death, taxes, the lackadaisical manner in which the artist at Subway wraps your sandwich — and perhaps the worst certainty of them all, the agony and despair that awaits you in the morning following a night of drinking.

Self-defence program for women offered at the U of S

For any women feeling unprepared or scared about the threat of sexual violence or assault, there is a program offered at the University of Saskatchewan to turn to, in order to aid in the prevention of these situations.

How to avoid common products that use animal testing

It’s no secret that animal testing is a common practice among companies that sell cosmetic, self-care and home cleaning supplies, and it can be difficult to tell which companies do and which companies don’t practice animal testing in their production.

Must-see social justice documentaries

There’s nothing quite like being wrapped up in an interesting topic that leaves you feeling inspired, motivated or curious for more information.