Huskies volleyball recap

On Jan. 21 and 22, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies hosted an ultimately unsuccessful bid against their Canada West conference rivals, the University of Alberta. The Physical Activity Complex was host to three teams that are nationally ranked in the U Sports standing, which made for some tightly contested games.

Health literacy: A silent barrier for newcomers in Canada

Newcomers to Canada can face many challenges when navigating the health-care system, particularly in relation to understanding prescription drug information. Although adapting to these challenges can be difficult, there are resources and pharmacy professionals that can help newcomers overcome barriers.

Unexpected songs for your workout playlist

For me, a good workout playlist can sometimes mean the difference between actually getting some exercise and staying home to take a nap instead. Even if I don’t necessarily want to go for a run that day, I’ll still drag myself out so I have an excuse to listen to my favourite music uninterrupted.

Huskies track and field team kicks off season with Sled Dog Open

The weather outside might still be chilly, but that hasn’t stopped the University of Saskatchewan track and field team from beginning a new season. The Huskies kicked off 2017 by hosting the 48th annual Downtown Lions Sled Dog Open Track & Field Meet on Jan. 13 and 14.

Huskies Play for a Cure in upcoming charity game

For the ninth year in a row, the University of Saskatchewan women’s hockey team will be hosting their annual Play For a Cure game that is devoted to raising money for cancer research. The event has close personal ties for many team members.

Jordon Cooke wins gold at the Spengler Cup

University of Saskatchewan hockey goaltender Jordon Cooke was speechless when he was asked to join the roster for Team Canada at the 90th Spengler Cup. Cooke was in Montreal playing with the U Sports All-Stars against Canada’s World Junior exhibition roster when he found out Hockey Canada was interested.

Huskie Highlights: 2016 in university sports

The start of a new year means a number of things: for Huskies athletes at the University of Saskatchewan, it means a return to the action with a renewed sense of optimism and drive after a long — and well deserved — winter break.