Fast food for thought

Have you heard of the McDonald’s hamburger scandal, where a hamburger can be left out for months without going bad? Or how about the chicken nuggets that were once pink slime?

Using YouTube to help with university

YouTube can be good for a laugh and pleasant distraction, but it also has many channels that university students can use to their benefit when it comes to their education.

Queerapalooza: Celebrating sexual and gender diversity on campus

As the middle of the term approaches, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Pride Centre will host one of its annual events, bringing together people of all sexual orientations and gender identities to show that everyone can have fun, despite and even because of their differences.

The grass is greener: Why we’re stuck in the USSU

While student unions exist to serve and represent the best interests of students, an argument against their mandatory nature seems to be slowly gaining steam across the country, and for interesting reasons.

Transit problems: What you need to know and why you should care

The City of Saskatoon and the Amalgamated Transit Union — representing bus drivers and the rest of the city’s transit department — have been deadlocked in contract negotiations since 2012. While contract issues don’t usually affect the general public, this is a rare exception.

Enactus students build investments for the future

For Enactus University of Saskatchewan, 2016 is the year for continuing a legacy of social, economic and environmental changes that Enactus students agree are key components when creating a strong and successful community.