Less than a decade after the university first opened its doors to the people of Saskatchewan, its students, faculty and staff were thrust into the First World War and would remain a lifeline for the Canadian military through to the end of the Second World War.
The world of news media is evolving across the board. Whether through television, radio, newspapers or the internet the public is beginning to access and produce the news in alternate ways, piloting the industry toward a new era.
Saskatoon-based band Friends of Foes are looking toward their first release and breaking through the local music scene.
The Huskies men’s hockey team swept the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns on Oct. 25 and 26 at Rutherford Rink in Saskatoon. The Dogs are now 4-4 on the season and are tied for third in Canada West with the University of Regina Cougars.
John Conly — a professor from the department of microbiology, immunology and infectious diseases at the University of Calgary, gave a presentation on his vision for the College of Medicine on Oct. 28.
Thanks to a 3-0 home victory over the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves on Oct. 20, the Huskies women’s soccer team set a single season points record.
Hollywood loves the phrase “based on true events” but how many of the films that follow that phrase are fact and how many are fiction?
With 106 years of history, the University of Saskatchewan campus is a veritable graveyard of ghastly ghouls and unexplainable mysteries.
The University of Alberta Golden Bears left Rutherford Rink with two wins against the Huskies men’s hockey team in hand.
PAVED Arts is throwing it’s second annual Halloween bash, where everyone is invited to dress up and dance to their heart’s content.