On Mar. 16, Lorenzo Veracini of Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, gave a guest lecture at the University of Saskatchewan on settler colonialism and the ongoing legacy it presents.
Uncreative poster vandalism is a staple during University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union elections, and in light of the most recent spree, it’s starting to feel like a good time to hang up those Sharpies.
From posters to pizza to photoshoots, candidates pursuing executive positions in the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union know that there is no holding back in the battle for student representation.
School stress is bad enough with essays, exams, extracurricular activities and a lack of sleep, but if you add in mental health struggles and loan repayments, then you’re in for one hell of a ride.
While Broadway Avenue is more commonly associated with the Saskatoon music scene, plenty of University of Saskatchewan students are doing their part to foster a musical community on campus.
With many downtown Saskatoon grocery stores struggling to keep their doors open, there has been a hole left in the downtown landscape.
If you’re anything like me, that means you love to travel — but who needs Disneyland? Here are nine great, offbeat sites and landmarks to consider checking out on your next trip.
The Democratic National Committee was hacked because of a typo. I choose to open with this piece of information to illustrate a point: whoever hacked the DNC was not exactly a genius.
Travelling can be a stressful thing on its own, but when you add in a romantic partner, perhaps someone you are trying to impress or someone you’ve grown comfortable with, it can get a little trickier.
Late in the evening of Feb. 21, Saskatoon suffered a loss of innocence as 8th Street mainstay Bonanza Steakhouse was irreparably damaged by fire.