Renting in Saskatoon: A guide for new students

  With a new school year about to begin, many students will be looking for a place to live in Saskatoon — a potentially overwhelming task for students who will be moving away from home for their...

Omar Khadr, justice and Canadian identity

CANUTE ROSAASEN On July 3, word of a 10.5 million dollar federal settlement with Omar Khadr reached the media. The settlement was greeted with heated debate along political lines. Former Minister of...

Canada 150: A personal journey

KEHAN FU Though responses to the ensuing Canada 150 celebrations will no doubt vary from scathing critiques to passionate defenses of the sesquicentennial celebrations, interpretations in the eyes of the...

Spring is the time to do whatever you want

Spring is known to be a refreshing time in cultures across the world. It has long been the symbol of regeneration in literature and the liberal arts. Poets, especially Renaissance writers and the Romantics,...

Mayor Clark leads resistance against provincial austerity

In response to substantial cuts to provincial funding for the City of Saskatoon, announced in the 2017-18 provincial budget, Mayor Charlie Clark and City Council are taking a stand. Facing the effects of similar cuts to education, students will benefit especially from Clark’s leadership.

Why you should write for the Sheaf

If you’re reading this, you already know what the Sheaf is. Maybe you’re a long-time fan. Maybe you’re that frequent online commenter The Oatmeal Savage. Regardless, you’re reading the Sheaf, and now I’m going to try to convince you to write for it, too.

Sailing the airwaves of community radio

If you've ever wanted to be a pirate, to sail where no person has ever been, claim your stake and booty and follow no rules, then maybe community radio is for you.

Responding to 5 Days for the Homeless

From Mar. 13-17, five University of Saskatchewan students participated in the 5 Days for the Homeless campaign, raising money, material donations and awareness about homelessness in Saskatoon. While working to reduce homelessness is a noble cause, the methods used by this campaign to raise awareness are both insensitive and concerning.