Disability Services for Students is an advocacy body at the University of Saskatchewan that aims to provide accommodation for students who have learning and medical difficulties in an effort to remove barriers and improve access to higher education. As discourse begins to shift on the limiting and perhaps problematic nature of the term “disability,” it…
A network of hidden tunnels beneath campus reveals a people’s history that no one expected.
There’s more to life than grades and credits — sometimes you have to take action for your mental health.
Louis’ House Party events are a staple in the University of Saskatchewan’s social scene, but this year’s inaugural bash might have missed its mark.
Aries: Love is in the air this week, Aries, but be wary of that special human who caught your eye in BIO 120. The waxing crescent moon forebodes a time that might reveal they’re actually a werewolf. Taurus: Now would be a good time to phone someone you love and tell them that you’re planning…
Local fashion fails to push boundaries, so why do we buy into the trend?
Localizing produce in innovative ways is perhaps a solution to economic disparity.
In case you missed it on Sept. 1, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid a surprise visit to the University of Saskatchewan to discuss federal spending plans geared to help students bridge the gap between academia and employment. Minister of Employment, Workforce and Labour Patty Hajdu explains that the proposed funding of $73 million and partnerships…
Even food trucks ought to be held to the same standards as everything else, so the Sheaf rated Welcome Week vendors.
Ideological diversity should be a source of strength in university politics not a barrier to discussion.