Dorm décor 101: How to spice up your living space

It can be difficult to make these types of spaces feel comfortable, and while there’s no place like home, there are ways to make your space feel much more cozy and to add a touch of your personality at the same time.

Local artists talk indie theatre with the release of new play

Saskatoon has a strong theatre scene, and hopefully over the years it will continue to grow. With support from the community and with the help of private grants and funding, independent theatre can thrive alongside other theatre in the city.

Spike sings Saskatoon: James Marsters to play Louis’

You may know him as Spike from the hit TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but James Marsters does more than just act — he sings, and he does it well. Now’s the chance for University of Saskatchewan students to see him play live on campus and hear him speak at the 2016 Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo.

Fall Fashion: Back to School Campus Style

Another summer has come and gone, but there are still plenty of things about the fall season for students to look forward to — the pumpkin spice lattes, the colours of fall and especially the campus fashion. Before we know it, the colours of summer will fade and our wardrobes will also have to adapt to the changing season.

A vegetarian and gluten-free guide to campus eateries

It can be difficult finding vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan options for food anywhere — let alone on campus. Luckily, the University of Saskatchewan has some hidden gems when it comes to alternative food choices and the Sheaf is here to help you out!
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Liquor for less: A student guide to drink specials in the city

While alcohol may not necessarily be crucial to the university experience, it often plays a central role in social activities and outings when consumed responsibly. Getting the bang for your buck on drink specials is important in keeping both your wallet and your glass full.

Back to school festivities to check out

What better way to start off the school year than hanging out with friends, listening to great music and enjoying good food? If you like to have a good time, then check out this year’s Welcome Week activity line-up. The Sheaf has you covered on what you don’t want to miss!

Freshman survival guide: How to make it through your first year

Starting university is both exciting and scary, so don’t worry if you feel nervous — that’s totally normal. It can take some time to get used to university so in the meantime, the Sheaf is here to help. Here are some tips to help you survive your first year of university.

TV shows to binge-watch before school begins

The warm summer days are dwindling to a close and soon students will plunge head first into the demanding work of academia. There’s no better way to relax before the fall session starts than by catching up on some TV shows you missed out on this summer.
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A magical let down

Like many University of Saskatchewan students, I grew up reading — and let’s be honest, worshipping — the Harry Potter series. I always wished I could read the series over again for the first time to experience the excitement, the adventure and the emotion with reading each book