The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is set to make big changes to students’ campus watering-hole this spring, after a contentious motion passed in a University Students’ Council meeting on Jan. 26.
On. Feb. 3, the Sheaf received a concerned note from a professor at the University of Saskatchewan regarding a tuition giveaway that could negatively affect the health of students.
On Feb. 2 at the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre, University of Saskatchewan President Peter Stoicheff and Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations signed a Memorandum of Understanding, formalizing and cementing a commitment to the learning outcomes of the university’s Indigenous students.
This February, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Help Centre continues to reach out to students with a pilot project in which they place a basket of tampons and sanitary napkins in bathrooms that will benefit students in times of need.
On Jan. 31, students and community members filled Place Riel’s North Concourse for a vigil, hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union, to gather in solidarity following a Canadian tragedy.
Back for another year of education and fun, Sex Week is full of erotic poetry and events that University of Saskatchewan students can enjoy. The week provides opportunities for students to learn more about diverse sexualities and different perspectives on sexual practices.
The University of Saskatchewan’s decision to increase tuition fees for the 2017-18 school year was met with sighs of disappointment from students all across campus, but for a particular group of students, the hike was a call to action.
As misconceptions about Muslim people hit a critical level in the United States with President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban, one student group at the University of Saskatchewan is working to create open dialogue and counter Islamophobia.
For many first-year students, particularly those in residence, cooking and eating healthy meals is a struggle.
On Jan. 25, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the University of Saskatchewan to answer questions from Saskatoon citizens.