Sports & Health
When the going gets tough, the tough get voting? USSU executive elected amidst budget cuts
The U of S Music Scene as Explained by Student Musicians
An inside look at a student studying abroad: My year in England
Spring Fashion: Look good on campus this season
In The Key of Excellence: A Look Into the Music Department
HIDDEN HUSKIES: Behind the scenes of Huskies Athletics
Pornography: U of S students talk adult entertainment
Artist Watch: U of S students prepare for their BFA final show
Not the sincerest form of flattery: The Sheaf talks Plagiarism
One health: Saskatchewan to transition to single Provincial Health Authority
The perfect patty: Saskatoon’s Best Burgers
What a year it was: A Harambe free lookback at 2016
Do students really know what TransformUS is?
What do students really know about TransformUS?
What’s in a name: sports teams, mascots and racism
The debate surrounding potentially offensive sports team names and mascots has been raging for decades and has now taken hold in Saskatoon.
Riders battle for Grey Cup on home turf
The Saskatchewan Roughriders will play for the Grey Cup in Regina this Sunday Nov. 24 following a 35-13 win over the Calgary Stampeders.
Robyn Doolittle takes on Rob Ford
The story of Robyn Doolittle, a reporter at the Toronto Star, who uncovered the Rob Ford scandal.
Spooky tales from the University of Saskatchewan’s haunted past
With 106 years of history, the University of Saskatchewan campus is a veritable graveyard of ghastly ghouls and unexplainable mysteries.
It is time to value the arts
Even with financial issues at the University of Saskatchewan, the arts are as worthwhile as ever.
Saskatoon roller derby keeps on jammin’
Roller derby faded from the public view after the height of its popularity in the 1970’s but, since its grassroots all-female revival in 2001, roller derby leagues have sprung up all across the globe — including Saskatoon.
Pride and prejudice
A first-hand account shows that homophobia is still going strong even in Vancouver, a city that many consider LGBT friendly.
The gender battle in the CIS
Of the 480 head coaches in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, a staggering 408 are male. While most people would say the dramatic disparity speaks for itself, and that the issue of gender inequality at university-level coaching positions is black and white, not everyone feels the same way.
Saskatchewan Archives Board could be forced to box up collection, close doors after 70 years on campus
The Saskatchewan Archives Board has staffed an office at the University of Saskatchewan for nearly 70 years. But due to a new and more expensive lease agreement with the university, the office — tucked below the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery in the basement of the Murray Building — could be forced to box up its collection and leave as early as 2015.
Bill C-45 and Idle No More: outlining the connections
While many of the movement’s supporters don’t want to restrict Idle No More’s message to Canadian lands, the bulk of the dissent is centred upon the federal government’s omnibus Bill C-45.
Let’s toke about it: is legalization of cannabis a positive step for BC?
With two US states voting last month to decriminalize the substance—and recent polls indicating that the majority of Canadians are in favour of legalization—would it be in the best interest of British Columbians to follow suit?
Get your head in the game: mastering the mental aspect of sport
As athletes and coaches we spend a lot of time working on physical, technical and strategic skills in our particular sport. But is that enough? What about the mental aspect of the game? How important is it for athletes to prepare their psychological mindset?