One campus club defends the Canadian food industry and dispels misinformation.
In many ways, colonial structures at post-secondary institutions take power away from Indigenous students every day.
To create sustainable change, anti-bullying efforts must expand beyond the scope of campaigning.
One of Usask’s top karaoke-goers sings praise for Saskatoon’s best karaoke joints.
Multiple injuries have affected outcomes in conference championships, as three Huskies programs come away empty handed.
Good dogs are doing good things for science, while providing research opportunities for students.
We would like to begin by thanking our student body for participating in the conversations as we, the Indigenous Students’ Council, the Indigenous Graduate Students’ Council, the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program, the Indian Teacher Education Program and the Food Sovereignty Association, work together to create a platform for the Indigenous student body at…
As the Student Iron Chef event approaches, two student teams discuss their plans for the final cook-off challenge.
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Volleyball has taken Hagenbuch far and wide, from his home in Switzerland to destinations like Taiwan, to relocating to Canada.
Three of the Huskies teams made it to the U Sports national championships despite their losses in the finals.
The Sheaf explores the success behind the BUSF, and club leaders share some take-home messages to aid other student groups on campus.
There’s nothing like a summer road trip, so here are some useful tips for your adventures.
The good that 5 Days for the Homeless does for the Saskatoon community at large outweighs any negative criticisms.
What are we to do when negative comments spark a fire of hateful thoughts?