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Drone research reaps agricultural rewards

It’s not a bird or a plane and it certainly isn’t Superman, but those with a keen eye might notice an unusual presence hovering over farmers’ fields in the future.
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Lower oil prices means fewer engineering jobs

The drop in oil prices is affecting more than the price at the pump. Engineering students report fewer job advertisements and reduced co-op programs as a result of company cutbacks.
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Sports Recap: Feb 26th, 2015

Men’s hockey Cougars 2, Huskies 1 (OT) In game one of the best-of-three quarter-final series between Mount Royal University and the University of Saskatchewan, it would take overtime to find a winner. On....
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U of S Game Jam levels up

You’re sprinting through a dystopian cityscape with a mysterious figure hunting you down. Or maybe you’re on the other side, setting loose an armada upon the radical you’re chasing. Running Man, an award-winning video game from University of Saskatchewan students, lets you decide.
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U of S campaigns for positive spaces

The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Pride Centre recently hosted Positive Space Week: a time to focus on creating safe and welcoming environments for everyone.