With budget cuts becoming a reality for the University of Saskatchewan, students need to be consulted now more than ever.
The University of Saskatchewan has begun gathering responses and recommendations to the TransformUS taskforce reports as the first two of three town halls were held on Jan. 8 and 9.
Hundreds of faculty, staff and students descended on Convocation Hall over the lunch hour Nov. 20 as the university held its third town hall this year to update campus on its ripening strategy to slash spending by 8.5 per cent over the next four years.
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.
Developed as a year-end project, a recent expressive movement drama class performance was born in part out of their frustrations with budget cuts and downsizing planned for the drama department.
A Fine Arts Divisional Town Hall meeting Feb. 17 discussed the impact of recent university budget cuts on fine arts and humanities departments.