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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.
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Bioscan set to return for 2015

The University of Saskatchewan Biology department’s Bioscan is back for 2015 to teach youth and adults about the importance of the biological sciences and show the biology department’s new research.
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U of S medical grads sticking around

Saskatchewan is keeping more locally-trained medical graduates in the province, which means that incentives to encourage young doctors to stay and practice are working.
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Young artists get their hands dirty Smudges and Stains

In a city like Saskatoon that has such a blooming creative community, it’s often difficult for up-and-coming artists to make a name for themselves. However, local artist Jenna Mann is looking to change that with her new creation.