Sports & Health
Sports & Health
Caffeine addict goes caffeine-free
Huskies men’s hockey team defeated by UNB in national final
Dysfunction: Navigating university with high-functioning depression
Huskie Athletics launches new Athlete Allies program
Refresh your diet with healthy spring recipes
Dog watch: Astrid Nyame
Scott Flory introduced as new Huskies football head coach
H2Oh no: The importance of water
Broaden your horizons: Study abroad options in health sciences
The Body Mass Index: Easy to use, but of little use
Rugby: A top sport from down under
Don’t let your workout take a vacation while travelling
Powering up your workout with technology
Exercise can be a tough task to handle on its own.
Grant recipients put MS research into motion
Living with a chronic illness is never easy, but one research project at the University of Saskatchewan hopes to improve the lives of those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in a unique and innovative way.
Dog Watch: Shayna Uhryn
In the gruelling endurance competition of cross country running, it takes both stamina and perseverance to succeed. Luckily, University of Saskatchewan Huskies cross country runner Shayna Uhryn has both.
Requiem for Rutherford: Campus rink a part of U of S history
Although the University of Saskatchewan recently approved the construction of a new $40 million multi-purpose sports facility, the existing Rutherford Rink still holds an important place in U of S history.
Huskies wrestling team hits the mat for 2016-17 season
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies wrestling team saw success at the University of Calgary Dino Invitational on Oct. 29, and will now be looking to expand their success going forward.
Memorial lecture to highlight Aboriginal health
With a growing Indigenous population, Aboriginal health is an important issue within both Saskatchewan and Canada.
Caffeine crusader: How to be a responsible coffee consumer
Final exams are just a few weeks away, and with them come all-nighters and cram sessions — let the coffee binge begin!
Basketball in Canada and on campus
Amidst the woeful show on ice, the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors provided solace to the nation when they exceeded expectations and made deep playoff runs in baseball and basketball, respectively.
Minding your stress with Mindfulness Meditation
With exam season just under a month away, students will be looking for various ways to overcome their stress and Mindfulness Meditation should be on their lists.
Huskies volleyball teams kick off the season
Oct. 28-30 marked the beginning of another volleyball season, as the Huskies women’s and men’s volleyball teams took on the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds.
Keeping active despite a busy student lifestyle
Being a student is hard to begin with, and being a student with a healthy lifestyle is even harder, albeit not impossible.
Wrap It Up aims to break barriers for sexual health education
Although sexual health is not usually a laughing matter, one new social media campaign aims to mix humour and health to promote safe sex practices amongst young people in Saskatchewan.
Veteran Huskies aiming for better season
Following an uncharacteristically disappointing season, the University of Saskatchewan men’s basketball team is shooting for a bounce-back year.