In a public vigil at the end of January, students and community members met at the Islamic Association of Saskatchewan to express solidarity in a demonstration against Islamophobia.
Due to high demand, the administration is working to accommodate more students with a premium computer science program.
The triennial BioScan event returns, offering students volunteer and charitable opportunities.
Indigenous lawyer and author Harold Johnson visits the U of S to speak about alcohol misuse.
Jan. 27 marked a day to remember in Saskatchewan politics, as one premier stepped down and another was chosen to replace him.
Students discuss how they feel now that the Rink in the Bowl is fully operational.
One U of S student, who hopes to change perceptions of Indigenous women using social media, has gained recognition from the UN.
Students can take advantage of the study-abroad programs offered in their colleges, for longer or shorter trips.
A faculty member in history delivered a presentation on the history and culture of Filipino people.
The U of S library website has undergone some changes over the new year, just in time for the second term of school.