A long way from a teen’s solo basement recordings, Cherry Glazerr shows off a new, fuller sound with their latest release.
A groundbreaking new study from the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering shows that the College of Agriculture and Bioresources is for a bunch of dumb, stupid morons.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in critical condition after eating a light dinner at an undisclosed University of Saskatchewan restaurant during a Jan. 25 visit to campus.
Alive in Tucson, a Saskatoon home-grown band, is the group to watch in 2017. The band’s members primarily reside in Saskatoon and have released a stellar EP sure to satiate garage dwellers everywhere.
In a highly uncontested vote, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union and members of Students’ Council voted on Jan. 18 to just hold on to all your money instead of spending it on dumb services no one uses.
I See You is the latest release from the English trio, The xx. The band’s emblematic spacey guitar riffs and husky harmonies return.
A glimpse of student submitted eats
In what can only be described as a historic moment, PepsiCo officially announced on Jan. 9 that it is the new parent company of the Sheaf through its subsidiary company of Quaker Oats.
With a new semester dawning, University of Saskatchewan students are getting ready to settle back into the old familiar routine of school life.
EP1 was initially released back in 2012 only on vinyl, but with the recent re-release of the artist’s debut, listeners can finally access these steamy melodies on streaming services.