The cost of repairs for damages caused by the Jan. 5 pipe burst in upper Place Riel will not be taken out of students’ pockets.
What you should know about the USSU budget.
Strolling through upper Place Riel isn’t exactly the most inspiring experience for students — at least until recently. A small new art gallery has been set up which will allow students to showcase their artwork in one of the university's most trafficked areas.
University of Saskatchewan’s undergraduate students’ council will vote on increasing the amount students are charged for dental coverage at its Feb. 14 meeting.
A Saskatoon Transit bus driver has been suspended today following a confrontation with a pedestrian in the Place Riel bus loop.
Advanced polls will be open in Upper Place Riel from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily all week.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is one step closer to finding a new tenant for the empty bay in lower Place Riel that was formerly Campus Cove. The Campus Cove was the university’s arcade and games room for over 20 years. Prior to 2010 and its move to lower Place Riel, the Cove was
As the early-morning crush of buses loop through the Place Riel terminal, sleepy-eyed transit riders face their first test of the day — crossing the road. The bustle of thousands of pedestrians darting between 80 to 100 buses per hour makes the University of Saskatchewan’s transit hub a deadly accident waiting to happen.
Place Riel businesses are starting to pay off for the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union, but many of the organization’s own services keep losing money, according to the recently proposed 2012-13 budget. Overall, the union is projected to lose more than $200,000 in the upcoming academic year. That compares to a loss of $442,845 in 2011-12
With the $29-million dollar renovation of Place Riel wrapped up this fall, the next major infrastructure project on the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union’s radar is the Memorial Union Building. During the summer, the USSU attempted to give Browsers a new look, as finances for the cafe and bookstore have dipped in the red in