U of S psychology students win national competition

Applied social psychology students at the University of Saskatchewan enjoy a unique opportunity in both masters and doctoral programs, which allows them to participate in the annual Student Evaluation Case Competition.

The everyday struggles of a U of S student

Being a university student is hard and can take a lot out of you. To top it off, sometimes it feels like the University of Saskatchewan is doing everything it can to make things even more difficult.

Student parking needs polish

Parking at the University of Saskatchewan is more of a hassle for students than it should be. To fix this, the U of S needs a student parking program that is better managed and more accessible.

The University of Saskatchewan’s approach to safety

After laying off many university staff members, the U of S will be filling many of those fired workers’ positions with Aboriginal staff to increase the Aboriginal workforce representation - a move that some fear will cause a negative public backlash towards Aboriginal people.

Admin: no commitment to childcare expansion

Following the announcement that the University of Saskatchewan would be re-examining all of its options for childcare expansion, Vice-President Finance and Resources Greg Fowler said they had never made a commitment to a proposed daycare facility next to Souris Hall.
Artist Buffy Sainte-Marie and U of S President Ilene Busch-Vishniac sign a memorandum of understanding to develop Aboriginal culture in Saskatchewan’s education system.

Enhancing education in Saskatchewan

A partnership between the University of Saskatchewan and singer Buffy Sainte-Marie’s Cradleboard Project has formed to develop resources which represent Aboriginal culture in Saskatchewan’s education system.