To counteract a lack of consultation, the USSU will conduct surveys among students in hopes of impacting the new bus plan before implementation.
One Health continues to bridge gaps between different colleges with an interdisciplinary panel discussion.
Candidates for the provincial NDP leadership race share their top platform points affecting students.
The College of Dentistry equips Clinic 120 with state-of-the-art technology for community health care.
Students can help their local community while practicing a leisurely skill with Nifty Knitters.
The Sheaf conducted question-and-answer interviews with the candidates in the Saskatchewan Party leadership race.
Take a look at the Sheaf’s highlights of memorable moments and events at the University of Saskatchewan throughout 2017.
The upcoming Undergraduate Project Symposium will focus on community engagement and inclusivity.
The Saskatoon City Council has approved a proposal for a new bus system based on rapid transit.
At the AGM, U of S Campus Conservatives lobbied students to vote against a proposed amendment to remove the USSU executives’ minimum course requirements.