In less than a week undergraduates will vote in a referendum on whether they want a spring and summer universal bus pass, U-Pass, or be left scrounging for bus change while taking summer classes.
A dental clinic slated to set up shop in Lower Place Riel in December could balloon the cost of the undergraduate dental plan, says a representative from the students’ union’s insurance provider.
The University of Saskatchewan Students' Union announced today in a press release they support dropping the legal drinking age in the province to 18 years old.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union has selected a nationwide campus dental clinic chain and a hair salon to move into Lower Place Riel as early as January.
The Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Federation of Students recently revamped its cheque-signing procedure, but that isn’t enough to convince me that the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union should rethink its position on membership in the national student lobbying group.
All three mayoral candidates running in the Oct. 24 civic election have confirmed they will be taking part in the question and debate forum Oct. 18.
University Students’ Council approved an undergraduate referendum for the implementation of a spring and summer universal bus pass, or U-Pass, at its Sept. 27 meeting.
Five years after helming the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union, the organization still can’t get rid of former president James Pepler. Pepler is set to take over as chair of University Students’ Council this year.
USSU President Jared Brown and several prominent Saskatoon citizens are taking the Saskatoon Food Bank’s annual food basket challenge. The basket includes mainly dry pantry items, small amounts of fresh fruit and vegetables and some meat. For some, this is a drastic change. For others, it's the hard reality of life.
Jared Brown edged out his competition to become the first aboriginal student to lead University of Saskatchewan undergraduates in the school’s 105-year history. Brown, who identifies as both First Nations and Métis, is studying sociology and has spent the past two years as an Indigenous Students’ Council representative on University Students’ Council.