The Huskies men’s hockey team improved their record to 6-6 after posting two wins over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on Nov. 15 and 16 at Rutherford Rink.
Three second-year students joined together following the category five super typhoon — one of the worst storms to hit the Philippines — to raise money for those affected.
Honouring those who have given their lives in service for our country seems like it would be an easy task. Yet wearing the simple symbol of a red poppy seems more controversial and more divisive than ever before.
Universities in Saskatchewan and Alberta are faced with the challenge of aligning their long-term budgets and projects with the single-year funding commitments they receive from their provincial governments.
East of Eden is an established local presence now, but the band may never have came to be had it not been for a forgotten Kijiji ad.
Both the women's and the men's basketball teams defeated the University of Brandon Bobcats this past weekend.
On Nov. 7, University of Saskatchewan officials announced the signing of a long-term land lease agreement with P.R. Hotels Ltd. The Saskatoon-based company will be developing a Holiday Inn Express hotel with a Staybridge Suites wing for longer visits.
Some of Canada’s most well-known women are calling for a change to Canada’s anthem in a new, online-based push for more inclusive lyrics.
We all like to think we are doing our part in the fight against disease through donating to causes in one way or another, but what does this mean for finding a cure?
For the first time in Huskies men’s soccer history the team is heading to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship.