On Apr. 3, the International Women’s Movement student group plans to shine a light on body diversity at the University of Saskatchewan.
When students read about cancer as a leading cause of death in Canada, they may first think about breast cancer, lung cancer and skin cancer.
The 2016-17 academic term at the University of Saskatchewan has included a large movement for Indigenization at all institutional levels.
From Mar. 22-23, undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan took part in the annual U of S Students’ Union elections, voting in an entirely new executive team.
With the ever-growing popularity of tiny houses, students are becoming increasingly interested in the benefits that such a home may offer them.
St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewan is a Catholic liberal arts college that dedicates itself to student life and community.
When many students at the University of Saskatchewan think of magic, Harry Potter or Mickey Mouse’s wizard hat is the first thing that comes to mind.
On Mar. 14, the International Student and Study Abroad Centre sponsored another successful Global Village event, bringing together diverse cultural groups at the University of Saskatchewan and in the wider Saskatoon community. The event hosted 23 tables, each one representing a different country around the world and bringing its culture to life.
The provincial government’s new budget was released on Mar. 22, and with it came cuts in funding to services all across the province in order to reach the Saskatchewan Party’s goal of balancing the budget in three years.
As students of the University of Saskatchewan work hard to earn their degrees and become leaders in the community, some believe there is no reason to wait for a diploma to start making a change.