It seems with each passing day, each subsequent rising and setting of the sun, the world becomes a more confusing place to live.
Candidates will officially announce their run for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union on Mar. 13 and voting will be carried out over Mar. 22 and 23.
Despite our government moving closer and closer towards legalization and regulation of cannabis products for recreational purposes, and the medical community becoming more aware of the benefits of marijuana, there is still so much demonization of the substance, and the worst part is that it is mostly based on misinformation and anti-drug propaganda.
Self-identifying as a Conservative on the University of Saskatchewan campus has become an increasingly unpopular choice, but despite that, I’m not backing down.
A mandatory wellness course is soon to be introduced at the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education.
With an ever-growing deficit, Saskatchewanians should be anticipating hard times. What do we have to blame and what are the province’s options moving forward?
Between Donald Trump’s presidency and Beyoncé losing at the Grammys, it seems like there’s always something important happening in the world that we should know about.
The Arts Tunnel is always an exciting and bustling place on campus, allowing for student groups and other organizations to promote their activities or products.
Something that may not be completely transparent to students — and those outside of academia — are the job expectations or lack thereof many have upon convocation with a degree in arts and science. It is important to understand that an arts and science degree is not the same as a professional degree.
Sanctuary cities are common throughout the United States, but as of right now there are only four of them in Canada.