If there’s excitement in the air at the University of Saskatchewan, it’s got nothing to do with student elections.
One campus club defends the Canadian food industry and dispels misinformation.
In many ways, colonial structures at post-secondary institutions take power away from Indigenous students every day.
To create sustainable change, anti-bullying efforts must expand beyond the scope of campaigning.
A student-owned grocery store would provide accessible food and leadership opportunities.
Pay attention — there’s a lot more at stake in student politics than you’d think.
Are the artists we follow really selling out, or are we just being too judgy?
It’s time we discussed library etiquette at the University of Saskatchewan — or rather, the inherent lack of it.
Before hitching yourself to the free-speech-above-all bandwagon, decrying the leftism present in universities, actually examine your surroundings.
Does the University of Saskatchewan have what it takes to prevent sexual violence on campus and support survivors?