Help Centre Coordinator - Jeremy Britz

USSU Help Centre: More than just exam files

Founded in 1972, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Help Centre continues to provide a diverse set of programs and services to the U of S community that enhance the student experience on campus.
Bookstore - Jeremy Britz

Efficiency first: U of S Bookstore goes alphabetical

Though many students are clinging to the last days of summer, some are preparing for the advent of classes, and the University of Saskatchewan Bookstore is ready for the rush, with a new alphabetical organizational system.

Extended Welcome Week focuses on first-years

While Welcome Week at the University of Saskatchewan is an annual feature of student life on campus, this year the U of S Students’ Union has created new activities for students to attend and also scheduled more time to enjoy them.
Womens Center Ashley Clouthier - Jeremy Britz

USSU Women’s Centre finds a new home on campus

As the term approaches, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union centres are preparing for an influx of old and new students. With a newly hired co-ordinator and a different lounge space, the USSU Women’s Centre is up for the challenge.

U of S Best Buddies look forward to a year of fun

With the school year set to begin in a couple of weeks, most clubs and organizations have planned their activities and events for the coming year and the University of Saskatchewan Best Buddies, who launched their first disability awareness campaign March 2016, is no exception.
English Prof Joanne Leow - Jeremy Britz

Ready to read: Department of English welcomes new professor

The end of summer marks many beginnings at the University of Saskatchewan, from the first day of classes to the start of another Huskie Athletics season. This year, these beginnings also include the addition of a new professor to the department of English.

Rainstorm causes flooding at STM Library

Saskatoon has experienced unusual amounts of rain this summer, and one unexpected result of this rain, combined with the current construction of a new addition to St. Thomas More College, took place on July 24 after a turbulent storm.

The askîy Project: Urban agriculture in action

While many may believe that agriculture and gardening are best left to rural areas, one project that employs University of Saskatchewan students is working to show that urban gardening is a viable option in Saskatoon.