The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Metro hits the streets of Saskatoon

Green boxes have invaded Saskatoon’s sidewalks as a second commuter paper has come to town. Metro, a free national daily newspaper that targets transit riders, published its first Saskatoon issue on April 2. According to their website, Metro is the largest and fastest-growing newspaper in the world, with more than 55 editions published in 24 countries.

Student group aspires to launch undergraduate research journal

After toiling away on a research paper, it can be disheartening to have it simply graded and handed back. A group of 12 students at the University of Saskatchewan understand that frustration and have laid the groundwork for an undergraduate research journal for the university. The journal will allow students to have their research published and

Brown captures historic win: 2012-13 USSU President will be the first aboriginal student to lead U of S undergrads in the school’s 105-year history

Jared Brown edged out his competition to become the first aboriginal student to lead University of Saskatchewan undergraduates in the school’s 105-year history. Brown, who identifies as both First Nations and Métis, is studying sociology and has spent the past two years as an Indigenous Students’ Council representative on University Students’ Council.

There’s something to The Hunger Games: adaptation of young-adult phenomenon is solid dystopian adventure

It’s not everyday that a pop-culture phenomenon occurs, but in the past decade we’ve witnessed three of them. First came Harry Potter, largely lauded as reigniting the children’s fiction industry and becoming the biggest pop-culture sensation since Star Wars appeared on the big screen in 1977. Next came Twilight, the definitive romance of this generation

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