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Picking the perfect houseplant for a healthy lifestyle


With fall fast approaching, many students will be preparing their move-in essentials, and among them should be at least a plant or two to keep both their living space and body healthy. Having living things other than yourself in your residence or home can go a long way for mental health throughout the school year.…

Reflections of an ex-smoker


I finally managed to kick smoking completely out of my life this summer. This has been after years of unsuccessful attempts. Smoking is an incredibly difficult habit to break, and for many it can be difficult to find out how to do it successfully. Everyone is different, so by no means will my experience quitting…

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to add 3×3 basketball


Earlier this summer, Saskatoon hosted the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3×3 Basketball World Tour Masters in the downtown streets. The event came just after the announcement that three on three basketball will be inducted to the Olympic Games. A new sport called 3×3 basketball has been up and coming for the past 10 years, and…

Three Huskies football players selected in the CFL draft


Growing up, many young football players aspire to play in the Canadian Football League, and after the recent league draft, three University of Saskatchewan Huskies will have the chance to achieve this dream. On May 7, Mitchell Hillis and Julan Lynch were joined by offensive lineman Evan Johnson as CFL draft picks. Hillis was selected…

Is the U of S capable of dealing with addictions?


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 help? Student Counselling Services at the U of S does not provide resources on their website for those struggling with substances. Instead, students are referred…

How to keep an eye on liquid calories during the summer months


The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino was only available for a limited time, but most University of Saskatchewan students would recognize the pink, purple and blue sour-candy concoction, blended into the Starbucks trademark cup and topped with whipped cream. News and magazine articles were quick to report how shockingly bad for your health the new drink was.…

The Huskies football schedule and what it means for fans


Next fall’s football schedule has been laid out for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, and the Sheaf is here to outline the games fans will want to pay attention to. The Huskies will be on the road for their season opener as they take on the University of Manitoba Bisons on Sep. 1. While this…

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