On Jan. 16, numerous news outlets, including the New York Times, reported that Monica Crowley, chosen by President Donald Trump to serve on his National Security Council, will not be accepting the appointment following two recent allegations of plagiarism.
Although many of us have interacted with the Saskatchewan health care system as patients or employees, most of us probably do not contemplate the ways in which it is organized.
Whether beef, chicken, veggie or other, burgers are one of the most beloved foods around the world.
It’s a new year, and as we tear the cellophane off of our 2017 calendars, what better time is there than now to compulsively navel-gaze about the year we all just went through?
As final exams draw strikingly near, anxiety at the University of Saskatchewan grows, and yet students can take heart in the fact that the holidays are just around the corner.
Significant research underway at the University of Saskatchewan is grabbing international attention, as it has the potential to help millions of people in Canada and across the world who are affected by allergies, asthma and autoimmune diseases.
Even if you’re not existentially inclined, there is still a lot to learn and experience at the Observatory, which is open to the public every Saturday night and is sure to provide a unique experience — especially for first time stargazers.
In a poll conducted through thesheaf.com in September and October of 2016, 350 students reported on whether or not they deal with perfectionism
Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition — along with a lot of strange traditions.
The following is a true account of events — barring artistic embellishment.