Carbon emissions are a leading contributor to climate change, so why not inject them deep underground? That's just what researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are looking into.
With the beginning of September, students must prepare for school and the requisite back-to-school festivities. But at the Edwards Business Students' Society, preparations have long been underway for the University of Saskatchewan's largest fall celebration, known colloquially as “LB5Q.” What is LB5Q you ask? We've got all the details.
A small group of University of Saskatchewan senators are troubled by the growing influence of corporations on campus and want the chair of the Board of Governors to resign.
While the human race took perhaps one million years to reach one billion people (around the year 1800), we have been adding successive billions every 10-20 years since 1960. Will we be able to meet the population challenge, just as we have met previous challenges, through technological and institutional innovation?
The tyrannical regime of Coca-Cola has fallen. The giant is dead! No more will we be slaves to a multinational behemoth with a dubious environmental and ethical track record. Instead, a new faceless multinational corporation will fill the void.
During the last year, in countries throughout the Middle east and North Africa, people hit the streets to fight for their rights. The Arab Spring was in full bloom. Yet, eight months later, the euphoria has subsided and countless crooks are still firmly in place across the region.
It is usually easier to find a spot for a bicycle on campus than it is to park a car, but cyclists face the constant worry that their vehicle won't be waiting for them at the end of the day.
Have you been wondering what all the cranes, hard hats and piles of rubble strewn around campus are for? Us too. We've broken down the university's 1$ billion construction plans so you can keep up to speed.
The search to replace Peter MacKinnon is on, but finding a replacement for the man who has led the university for the last 12 years is going to be difficult.
Following a sizeable increase in provincial funding, we've laid out the budget by the numbers, as the university's financial footprint grows and triggers an increase in salary expenses.