U of S students memorialize the Ukrainian famine

In 2008, the Canadian government officially recognized the Ukrainian famine, also known as Holodomor, and designated the fourth Saturday of every November as Ukrainian Famine and Genocide Memorial Day. One student group at the University of Saskatchewan has taken it upon themselves to build knowledge of this genocide with a week of awareness.

Young Women in Business boost student confidence

For many university students surrounded by expectations and deadlines, self-esteem and confidence can be difficult to find and sustain. This year, a student group from Edwards School of Business at the...

Students take the streets for Lighthouse stabilization shelter

On Oct. 22, hundreds of community members, including University of Saskatchewan students and then mayoral candidate Charlie Clark, marched the streets of downtown Saskatoon in support of the Lighthouse Supported Living Inc., following provincial government cuts to their stabilization unit.

ASIST: Creating a U of S community safe from suicide

According to Statistics Canada, suicide is a leading cause of premature and preventable deaths for people of all ages in Canada, a fact that community members in Saskatoon and at the University of Saskatchewan are working to change.