The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Graduate students to vote on mandatory bus pass

Graduate students will vote on PAWS Feb. 28 to decide whether or not they will finally get a universal bus pass, or U-Pass. The referendum comes after a petition with over 500 signatures was brought to the GSA in September expressing their interest in a U-Pass similar to the one currently provided for undergraduates.

New Year’s Eve in the mountains of Peru

I woke up in Lima, Peru on Christmas Eve and knew little more than five Spanish phrases — most of which were incomprehensible because of my shabby pronunciation. The following morning, however, I became a bit more optimistic. I downloaded a translation application for my iPhone and knew that this would help me become fluent

My summer of adventure in South Africa

Volunteer Eco Students Abroad is an organization that brings together young people to create real and lasting change in indigenous village communities. This summer, I traveled to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa with 35 other Canadians to take part in the very first VESA Africa group.

There’s another new world at the top of the world

This summer, rather than whiling away my summer vacation scrounging for jobs in the ever-dismal Saskatoon job market, I packed away all my worldly belongings, stowed them at a friend's house and set the course north to Dawson City, Yukon.

Norway not as boring as you might think

I started my study abroad experience in a sleepy little town in northern Norway. I chose this place rather by accident and it turned out better than I could have possibly imagined.

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