The U of S Undergraduate Research Journal continues to highlight student research for the fourth year in a row.
A recent panel discussion showed the importance of diversity to student leaders on campus.
Computer science students and faculty are working to resolve a grading dispute that some students feel may be delaying their convocations.
Damaged railroad tracks leading in and out of Churchill have led to increased prices for the arctic field school program.
DSS employees believe a name change to “Access and Equity Services” will better reflect the services they provide to students.
Edwards JDC West and other students raise over $10,000 in funds for Habitat for Humanity housing projects in Saskatoon.
The Student Wellness Centre is committed to researching the effects of cannabis for implementation into the new U of S substance use policy.
Birth of a Family, a documentary from U of S professor Tasha Hubbard, invites students into the lives of four Sixties Scoop survivors.
U of S researchers have furthered the understanding of how cells may develop cancer mutations when combating HIV.
A 95-year-old Saskatoon woman was recognized for her lasting contributions to society, including her advocacy for universal health care in Canada.