After earning second place in Canada West in 2016-17, the Huskies look to reclaim the title, chasing after their second Canada West Championship in three years.
With eight games down, the Huskies women’s basketball team has eight wins, while the men have been slow out of the gates this season.
Building a strong back requires an overall body balance and a combination of exercises. Training should incorporate a workout that targets distinct back-muscle groups.
Competition can spark good deeds — and this year’s winners of Trick or Eat at the U of S came together not only to win but also to contribute to the community.
Named Huskie athlete of the week three times this season, and with nine goals in 12 games, Josh Roach is the men’s hockey player to watch.
If you’re at home or at the gym, this workout will give you a boost towards building a great body.
The Nourish Conference teaches attendees how to achieve body sovereignty.
No time to hit the gym? Heavy loads of studying stopping you from heading to the nearest fitness centre? Don’t worry, you can do this workout routine at home and still be in shape.
The competitive Super Smash Bros. scene in Saskatoon is an eclectic community that is poised to see growth.
Current research conducted at the U of S is revealing how our bodies interpret food — including the anti-aging effects of red wine.