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The following 10 students were randomly selected and shared their thoughts on the upcoming break.
Keith Carlson, U of S professor of history and research chair in Aboriginal and community engaged history, speaks to the atmosphere on campus in 1914.
From the mildest sprain to the most severe break, no injury is ever a welcome one for athletes.
On Nov. 2-6, the University of Saskatchewan is hosting Mental Health Awareness Week, an initiative organized by the U of S Students’ Union in collaboration with various groups
Everyone has their own preference when it comes to how they celebrate. The following five U of S students have different ideas of what makes a great costume
The tattoos found on the U of S campus are as diverse as the students who sport them.
To inform and educate, the Sheaf has organized a four-party debate
To get you ready for the upcoming season, here is the Sheaf’s preview of what’s to come for the upcoming hockey campaign.
A renewed awareness regarding sexual assault and misconduct, on university campuses in particular, encouraged the U of S to begin the process of implementing significant change within its policies and procedures