Fall is upon us and students' cups are being filled to the brim with warm delicious blends of irresistible coffee, but what exactly are we ingesting?
In this fast-paced technologically advanced time, it’s more difficult than ever to stand out in a multitude of job-seeking students and recent graduates.
Sentiment is a Saskatoon-based organization founded by Michael Robinson and partner Devon Plett in 2010. Through hosting events and the selling of Sentiment’s product – mostly clothing – they are able to fund their initiatives in the city.
I am a dyed-in-the-wool nerd who gets excited by the sight and the smell of school supplies. I remember childhood mostly as a montage of going into Staples each August and looking at all the varieties of pens, pencils and notebooks. Graduating from Duo-Tangs to flimsily stapled notebooks to coiled ones and then, finally, to
Although slow to start, the independent coffee scene in Saskatoon is giving Tim Horton’s a run for its money. At least this is what Dallyn Guenther hopes to achieve with his new business, the Underground Café, which opened its doors this past June.
If you are a coffee addict you almost certainly call yourself either a Starbucks person or a Tim Hortons person. There is no middle ground. When you’re addicted to caffeine, coffee shop loyalty is like a religious affiliation. To me, saying you like both Starbucks and Tim Hortons is like saying you are a Christian
Located in a little shop on 20th Street past Avenue A, Jackson Wiebe and his team of baristas are serving up premium lattes, teas, macchiatos, cappuccinos and coffees.
The University of Saskatchewan throws away 8,000 paper cups per day ”” roughly the equivalent of four trees. Waste like this is why U of S student Amber Burton came up with the idea for the Mug Run last year.