According to U of S students, this viral hashtag both helps and hinders sexual-assault discussion.
A recent USask Confessions post brought up issues regarding transportation to campus.
Some costumes are scarier than monsters and ghouls — this Halloween, remember not to be terrible.
Ten thousand dollars has been allocated to support a skating rink in the Bowl for the Saskatoon community.
Saskatonians got spooky and sweaty with this year’s iteration of the SWITCH Zombie Run.
Following up on Zumba in the last issue of the Sheaf, this week I decided to check out what turned out to be a similar class: athletic step.
Edwards JDC West and other students raise over $10,000 in funds for Habitat for Humanity housing projects in Saskatoon.
The Student Wellness Centre is committed to researching the effects of cannabis for implementation into the new U of S substance use policy.
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Current research conducted at the U of S is revealing how our bodies interpret food — including the anti-aging effects of red wine.
Gary “Hocus Pocus” Kopas will fight his first match in his hometown, Saskatoon, later in November.
From Star Trek to Stranger Things, science fiction is at the forefront of pop culture — read on to learn more about this illustrious intergalactic genre.
While many people are familiar with massive science fiction franchises like Blade Runner or The Matrix, fewer are acquainted with the genre’s low-budget gems.
A student who attended CaNoRock argues that the experience was worthwhile.
Online classes offer students flexibility, agency and easy information at the expense of valuable discussion-based learning.