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A recent study conducted at the University of Saskatchewan has delivered findings that are raising eyebrows.
According to Geoff Ancilier of the CTS Help Desk, this will revolutionize Internet use on campus.
After a well deserved break from classes, students are coming back to the University of Saskatchewan refreshed and invigorated after a week-long opportunity to frantically study.
A truly selfless act occurred Nov. 1 when a MacBook with only 12 per cent remaining battery accepted the burden of charging an iPhone.
Fake news editor Ben Juarez explained the difficulty of joking about something that hasn’t happened yet.
Third-year engineering student Lance Iggins is in hot water after an attempt at bonding with classmates.
Amidst mounting pressure from both society and his mirror, geology professor Merv Donaldson made the decision to throw away his remaining pride and shave his head over the holiday long-weekend.
In an unprecedented move, first-year University of Saskatchewan student Ryan Lawrence is preparing to introduce his new politically active ideology to his family over the Thanksgiving long weekend.
In a mass-email statement released in the late evening of Sept. 28, undeclared first-year student Lisa Combole issued an urgent plea for that day’s Geology 115 lecture notes.