An anonymous letter was found tucked under the door of the Sheaf office on Tuesday morning. Scrawled on a deconstructed Honeycomb cereal box, the letter, addressed vaguely to Post Consumer Brands Canada, included wild accusations of a recipe change to the popular hexagonal cereal.
The popular sustainable party trend among young professionals has taken a turn for the worst in Saskatoon, and participants are looking to freshen up the used-garment circuit.
Following several rounds of intensive committee meetings and a general election, it was determined entirely necessary to create and fill the position of assistant to the associate vice-president information and communications technology at the University of Saskatchewan.
Many speculate that the incident was an act of arson staged by a rebel group aiming to overthrow the rule of the Mole King.
Days after the Edwards Business Students’ Society’s Little Buddy Big Buddy Barbecue event, a mysterious letter was found affixed to a post outside the venue.
“He stood up and screamed ‘I’m a feminist’ three times and left the room. I’m still not sure what that has to do with anything Taylor Swift did,” Dierkson said.
A potentially raucous clash over a double-booked event at the University of Saskatchewan’s campus watering hole was resolved quietly after groups realized they were too freaked out to talk to each other.
A long-standing campus student group, already grappling with a difficult year, was forced to postpone their annual slow-pitch game, citing inclement weather.
Amidst fervent protest and backlash, the University of Saskatchewan’s 2017-18 budget — released last week — announced the shutdown of St. Thomas More College on campus.
In a still-developing story, early reports indicate that area classmate Dale Elkas is clearly in a bad mood.