The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executives speak to the Sheaf about what is in store for the 2018-19 year.
An applicant who was rejected for the position of Women’s Centre co-ordinator alleges the decision was due to her participation in the election protests last month.
The USask Campus Community Coalition Against Sexual Violence is collecting signatures for a vote of non-confidence against USSU president-elect Coden Nikbakht.
On March 9, a Holiday Inn Express and a Staybridge Suites hotel complex opened on College Drive.
The nominee for the 2018 Doug Wilson Award declined the accolade, citing dissatisfaction with the USSU.
A student-run Edwards School of Business consulting firm looks to assist business-oriented students and businesses alike.
One 22-year-old SUNTEP graduate is focusing on student health and time management with her online fitness business.
The incoming executive team was unable to comment on their upcoming term in office with the controversy surrounding the election.
Since Jan. 1, 2016, two incidents that may have involved date-rape drugs have taken place on campus.
The USSU Food Centre will provide a more accessible food hamper with funding from U of S Parking and Transportation Services.