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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    A review from the USSU members of their first semester in office and their plans for the second semester.

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  • 110 Years of the Sheaf

    By January 23, 2023

    Over a century of USask life through the perspective of its students.

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    Paul Blart meets John Wick meets Santa Claus: the optimal Christmas story. 

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    By January 19, 2023

    Will a painting displayed for the public be worth anything when people won’t be able to live in a future free of climate crisis effects?

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    By January 18, 2023

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  • Meet the 2022-23 USSU Executive Team

    By January 26, 2023

    A review from the USSU members of their first semester in office and their plans for the second semester.

  • 110 Years of the Sheaf

    By January 23, 2023

    Over a century of USask life through the perspective of its students.

  • MyCreds: the Newest Anti-Student Discount

    By January 17, 2023

    USask now charging $10 (plus tax) for confirmation of enrollment letters through new MyCreds system

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  • Suffering in Stripes: A look at the rampant abuse of youth officials in hockey

    By December 19, 2022

    A discussion and recognition of the frequent abuse that young hockey officials endure.

  • “Do whatever we can to take care of ourselves and others”: a conversation about mental health crisis alertness training at USask

    By November 23, 2022

    Learn to recognize and aid a person struggling with their mental health and connect them to safe resources.

  • Huskies helping hands: An in-depth look at the universities’ student trainer program

    By November 17, 2022

    Huskies student trainers describe their day-to-day lives and experiences with the program.

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    Illustration by Akshara Dash, Design Editor
  • Tomato Soup, Mashed Potatoes and Self-Immolation: A brief introduction to contemporary protest art

    By January 19, 2023

    Will a painting displayed for the public be worth anything when people won’t be able to live in a future free of climate crisis effects?

  • Expand your literary horizons with STM’s in media res magazine St. Thomas More’s in medias res returns with new theme and a public painting event.

    By January 11, 2023

    In Medias Res (IMR) is a literary magazine accepting submissions on theme of “Horizons” from students, staff, faculty, and alumni at St. Thomas More College. IMR encourages submissions from diverse disciplines and aims to promote stepping out of comfort zones, hosting event on January 13th.

  • A big dream, a passionate community and one damn good horror film: How The Druid’s Hand took on Screamfest LA

    By November 30, 2022

    When you say you want to pursue art in Saskatchewan, many people will push you down or try to convince you to pursue something else, something more viable. But, that hasn’t stopped artists from this province from pursuing their crafts with fervour and reaching amazing heights.

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  • Violent Night: A Film Review

    By January 20, 2023

    Paul Blart meets John Wick meets Santa Claus: the optimal Christmas story. 

  • Ask Jaclyn

    By January 18, 2023

    Need advice? To her friends, she is known as the “Swiss-army knife” of a friend – she’s resourceful and knowledgeable in various areas of life. Often we feel alone in our struggles, but maybe we can change that with Ask Jaclyn.

  • Giving ourselves extensions on our New Year’s resolutions

    By January 16, 2023

    Resolutions in the new year are helpful to a lot of people, but they unfortunately lead to a lot of guilt when we fail to follow-through with them. Let’s change that.

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  • Focusing on reconciliation following the James Smith Cree Nation massacre

    By September 27, 2022

    Joseph Naytowhow discusses how to move forward together in the wake of

  • 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 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

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    By April 7, 2020

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

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