Taking time for leisure this term

With any luck, many students, when they were not working or spending time with significant others and extended family, got a chance to do things called hobbies over the break.

Trudeau’s legalization promise up in smoke

During the 2015 federal election, the legalization and regulation of marijuana was a major plank in the Liberal Party’s platform and an especially enticing platform piece for young voters. While some people were expecting immediate reform, the process has proven to be nothing but painful.

Eating disorders consume men as well

Despite being regarded almost entirely as a female crisis, male eating disorders are still a serious problem — and one that appears to only be getting worse.

Getting a good start to the new semester

It is the end of another semester at the University of Saskatchewan and as winter begins, students are reflecting on how they spent their time here in the past few months. With that in mind, what can we do differently next semester to make 2017 suck a lot less than 2016?

I scream, you scream: We all scream for dank memes

With essays, assignments and late term exams keeping students shut off from the rest of the world, when would be better to discuss the one thing that keeps us all interconnected in these troubling times? Of course I speak of the magic power of memes.

Psychedelic therapy a progressive field for U of S

Despite being used for spiritual and medical purposes for thousands of years, psychedelics have become almost entirely dismissed as a viable medicinal option in the last century. In recent years, however, public perceptions about these medicines have begun to change for the better.

Universities aren’t at fault when their students are assholes

Queen’s University is investigating a racist costume party held by students after photos from the event made the rounds of social media and news outlets. While this behavior warrants consequences, their university should not be the institution to deliver them.