Students with wanderlust tend to hold themselves back from travelling due to financial situations, and while travel may be generally very expensive, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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.
With summer fast approaching, travel may be an option students want to pursue.
For local activist Nadja Smith-Hanson, viable food sources and food sustainability needs to be more than just a table-top discussion. She plans to make this happen with one simple thing — fridges.
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.
The University of Saskatchewan’s Improv team is set to add an additional event to their calendar that will soon become a staple in their yearly plethora of shows.
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.
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.
Many University of Saskatchewan students who don’t live at home, instead rent out a basement suite, either individually or with roommates.
Saskatoon’s 33rd Street is an area of the city that is providing local businesses a chance to thrive and a way to give customers a special experience — here are some stores worth checking out!