Is the U of S capable of dealing with addictions?

ALEXANDRIA PAVELICH Problematic substance use can become a major difficulty at any stage in life, especially one as tumultuous as being a student, but is the University of Saskatchewan doing enough to...

Girl Walks Into a Hockey Rink: My year as a wannabe sports reporter

Although Huskie Athletics is one of the most recognizable parts of the University of Saskatchewan, it is something that many students aren’t exactly familiar with. This was the position that I found myself in, when I began my year as the sports and health editor at the Sheaf.

A glimpse into the Huskies’ off-season training

With summer fast approaching, many Huskies teams are entering their off-season. The off-season doesn’t mean that they completely stop training though, and instead, teams focus on building up strength while also making time for rest.

Caffeine addict goes caffeine-free

If you’re like many university students, you’ve probably been drinking a cup of coffee or two a day since high school. But what happens when you give up caffeine entirely?

Dysfunction: Navigating university with high-functioning depression

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders, with approximately eight per cent of Canadian adults experiencing major depression at some point within their lifetime. But there are ways in which depression affects individuals that can vary greatly from person to person.