A look into some steps toward an autonomous Indigenous Students’ Union at the U of S.
The Sheaf speaks to four international students about their experiences studying at the University of Saskatchewan and living in Saskatoon.
Sick of studying on campus? One photographer and one student engineer tour three local cafés to determine their studying potential.
Everyone’s experience with sports in their formative years is unique.
Does the University of Saskatchewan have what it takes to prevent sexual violence on campus and support survivors?
Students may not realize the risks associated with hosting events, from pub crawls to potlucks.
The Sheaf explores why sharing ideas through open discourse is just as important as an unbiased curriculum.
At a time when concerns about rising tuition and students’ living costs abound, food security among students is becoming increasingly important.
Life is cold and busy, so let the Sheaf take you on a quick tour of what’s worth your time at the U of S.
The Sheaf talks to Winterruption co-ordinator Aryn Otterbein and musician Chad VanGaalen about the merits of art and community.