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USSU Sex Week provides educational events for students

Back for another year of education and fun, Sex Week is full of erotic poetry and events that University of Saskatchewan students can enjoy. The week provides opportunities for students to learn more about diverse sexualities and different perspectives on sexual practices.
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Strike against the hike: SSA protests rising tuition

The University of Saskatchewan’s decision to increase tuition fees for the 2017-18 school year was met with sighs of disappointment from students all across campus, but for a particular group of students, the hike was a call to action.
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Self-defence program for women offered at the U of S

For any women feeling unprepared or scared about the threat of sexual violence or assault, there is a program offered at the University of Saskatchewan to turn to, in order to aid in the prevention of these situations.
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Open the flood gates: Why Keystone XL must be built

Only a few days into his presidency, American President Donald Trump has already taken action on advancing the construction of the long-stalled Keystone XL pipeline expansion. This news has been received with intensely mixed reactions, but should be celebrated as a success for all.
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Islam Awareness Week confronts misconceptions

As misconceptions about Muslim people hit a critical level in the United States with President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban, one student group at the University of Saskatchewan is working to create open dialogue and counter Islamophobia.
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How to avoid common products that use animal testing

It’s no secret that animal testing is a common practice among companies that sell cosmetic, self-care and home cleaning supplies, and it can be difficult to tell which companies do and which companies don’t practice animal testing in their production.
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Lack of organization mires Trudeau’s town hall

On Jan. 25, the University of Saskatchewan campus was buzzing with the news that a town hall would be held featuring Prime Minister — and one of Vogue’s top 10 picks for unconventional alternatives to the sexiest man alive — Justin Trudeau.
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Why Saskatoon needs a safe injection site

While data shows that Saskatoon residents have divided opinions on building a safe injection site in the city, we should be looking at the fact that safe injection sites are proven to work for those most affected by intravenous drug use — the users themselves.