U of S residence not always the best choice

Every year, a portion of University of Saskatchewan students take up residence in Voyageur Place, one of the U of S’ four residences. For some, living in residence is a thoroughly frustrating experience.
Blow Off Classes - Christine Czajkowski

Go ahead, blow off class

Around halfway through each semester, every student realizes that there’s at least one class that just doesn’t matter to them anymore.
Mens Centre - Jeremy Britz

Men’s centre would be beneficial to U of S

A men’s centre at the University of Saskatchewan could easily sound like a “boy’s club” that festers and promotes patriarchal values. However, this view encourages misconceptions and the U of S would greatly benefit from having a men’s centre.

Students sacrifice too much for school

Students and stress are an almost inseparable pairing. But when one’s mental health and well-being are on the line, we have an obligation to ourselves to let school take a back seat.

Time for tenure to retire

Tenure at the University of Saskatchewan is outdated and serves no purpose as the threats to professors’ careers that made the system necessary no longer exist.

’Til five years from now do us part

Marriage should be forever, but with modern relationships evolving to include more openness and freedom, our current legal definitions of marriage seem irrelevant and should be redefined

Niqab ban is a slippery slope

Mainstream media often labels Muslim women wearing a niqab as oppressed, but far more oppressive is the banning of a woman’s freedom to wear her niqab in a public space.