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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    Threads: Cultural Conversations hosted over 30 speakers and performers to explore the concept of a culturally diverse society flourishing.

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    Researchers find that alternate forms of Alzheimer’s-causing protein have important implications for the disease.

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  • Saskatoon Open Door Society hosts virtual conference as a learning tool for students and community

    By January 27, 2022

    Threads: Cultural Conversations hosted over 30 speakers and performers to explore the concept of a culturally diverse society flourishing.

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    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.

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    Being one of the few fans supporting the away team can be oddly satisfying.

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  • The Global Health Conference 2022 focuses on addressing addictions and mental health

    By January 25, 2022

    The Sheaf witnessed the speeches of activists Marie Agioritis, Garth Mullins and Dr. Tom Milne, who all brought new perspectives.

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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.

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    By September 20, 2021

    What better way to kickstart your week than with poutine?

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    By January 27, 2022

    It turns out that sports can be a lot of fun for someone who didn’t think they would ever belong to the sports world.

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    By January 25, 2022

    As individuals, we have far greater power in fighting climate change than we realize.

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    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.

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    By March 29, 2021

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

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    By October 14, 2020

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

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