THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

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    Youth from Chokecherry Studios have launched the Blank Book project — a collection of stories, poems and drawings that depict the harm of crystal meth use in Saskatoon.

  • Huskies highlights this season: Football, soccer, volleyball and hockey

    By January 20, 2022

    Relive some of the top moments from Huskies teams this season.

  • Examining the vegan diet’s impact on athletic performance and health

    By January 18, 2022

    Adoptions of a vegan diet in sports have been growing in recent years, but research is still limited regarding its impact.

  • Menstruation REDefined and Visual Arts Students Union host art exhibit with aim to destigmatize menstruation

    By January 18, 2022

    The exhibit is on display virtually and in-person throughout the month of January at the 292 Student Gallery.

  • Opinions | Simply put, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan is not enough

    By January 18, 2022

    Recognizing the minimum wage needs to be raised is vital.

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  • Youth-led project seeks to raise awareness, reduce stigma associated with substance use disorders

    By January 24, 2022

    Youth from Chokecherry Studios have launched the Blank Book project — a collection of stories, poems and drawings that depict the harm of crystal meth use in Saskatoon.

  • Menstruation REDefined and Visual Arts Students Union host art exhibit with aim to destigmatize menstruation

    By January 18, 2022

    The exhibit is on display virtually and in-person throughout the month of January at the 292 Student Gallery.

  • “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”: U of S, CLS collaborate with international accelerator community on new research infrastructure

    By January 18, 2022

    A European particle physics lab plans to push the energy capabilities of particle accelerators with the help of Canadian researchers.

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  • Huskies highlights this season: Football, soccer, volleyball and hockey

    By January 20, 2022

    Relive some of the top moments from Huskies teams this season.

  • Examining the vegan diet’s impact on athletic performance and health

    By January 18, 2022

    Adoptions of a vegan diet in sports have been growing in recent years, but research is still limited regarding its impact.

  • Huskies men’s hockey back to winning ways with weekend sweep of Mount Royal Cougars

    By December 9, 2021

    Huskies men’s hockey bounced back from a three-game skid with two seven-goal thrillers against Mount Royal.

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  • Six Christmas traditions from around the world

    By December 10, 2021

    In many places, Christmas isn’t necessarily always about gift giving and Santa Claus.

  • Artist collaborates with USask students on Picasso recreation

    By October 25, 2021

    Contemporary artist Adad Hannah discussed the thoughts behind the piece in an online talk on Saturday.

  • YXE Poutine Week is finally here

    By September 20, 2021

    What better way to kickstart your week than with poutine?

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  • Opinions | Simply put, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan is not enough

    By January 18, 2022

    Recognizing the minimum wage needs to be raised is vital.

  • Opinions | Winter travels: Staying safe, warm and afloat while driving this winter

    By January 18, 2022

    Saskatchewan winter weather is unpredictable, so it is important to always prepare for the worst.

  • Opinions | It’s time to leave behind glorified New Year’s resolutions and end-of-year wrap-ups

    By January 18, 2022

    In 2022, let’s pledge to bring some much needed realness to the year.

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  • Photo Story | The reality of Palestine

    By November 19, 2021

    The terror occurring in Palestine is not complicated; it is settler colonialism and genocide.

  • U of S workers want “specifics,” “guidance” for the campus reopening

    By May 19, 2021

    As the fall approaches, U of S worker associations worry about workplace safety.

  • The story of COVID-19 vaccines: A look at the science and logistics behind immunization

    By March 29, 2021

    One way to combat misinformation is to explain vaccines from a science-based perspective.

  • the Sheaf Crossword: Months of the Year

    By February 13, 2021

    Instructions: This is an interactive crossword! Click on any square to start

  • Letter to the Editor: The upcoming Saskatchewan provincial and municipal elections

    By October 14, 2020

    Dear Editor and readers,  The upcoming Saskatchewan provincial and municipal elections will

  • Horoscopes: April 2020

    By April 7, 2020

    Aries March 21 – April 20 The Emperor Powerful and Ambitious. You’re

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