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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    Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine reflects on the role of epidemiology as the SHA responds to high case rates.

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    By October 15, 2021

    Huskies women’s soccer defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen to extend their division lead while raising money for breast cancer research.

  • Speakers at USSU Rally Against Sexual Violence call for increased funding to survivor support services, changes to violence prevention policy

    By October 15, 2021

    The survivor-lead event came following the reported sexual assault at the U of S on Sept. 29.

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    By October 12, 2021

    Saskatchewan’s record-high COVID-19 cases are straining our health system and resulting in over 100 deaths in just one month, yet there is still hope.

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  • USask epidemiologist says students, community members must be vigilant in fourth wave of COVID-19

    By October 15, 2021

    Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine reflects on the role of epidemiology as the SHA responds to high case rates.

  • Speakers at USSU Rally Against Sexual Violence call for increased funding to survivor support services, changes to violence prevention policy

    By October 15, 2021

    The survivor-lead event came following the reported sexual assault at the U of S on Sept. 29.

  • USask engineering researchers analyze heat pumps to inform Saskatoon sustainability policy-making

    By October 12, 2021

    Heat pumps have the potential to greatly decrease greenhouse gas emissions in the city.

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  • Huskies win in more ways than one during ‘meaningful’ charity game for Breast Cancer Awareness month

    By October 15, 2021

    Huskies women’s soccer defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen to extend their division lead while raising money for breast cancer research.

  • Huskies Athletics Update: Huskies football spoils UBC Thunderbirds home opener in dominant fashion

    By October 8, 2021

    It was another busy weekend in Huskies athletics, with some magnificent performances from Huskies football and the women’s soccer team.

  • Huskies launch HuskieFAN App for 2020-21 season: Follow your favourites with veteran broadcasters 

    By October 6, 2021

    Get closer than ever before to Huskies football and hockey action with the new HuskieFAN App.

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  • YXE Poutine Week is finally here

    By September 20, 2021

    What better way to kickstart your week than with poutine?

  • Students and young people change their approach to side hustles

    By April 23, 2021

    An elected USSU executive and associate professor tackle the issue behind side hustles.

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  • Opinions | The Government of Saskatchewan’s latest COVID-19 measures are too little too late

    By October 12, 2021

    Saskatchewan’s record-high COVID-19 cases are straining our health system and resulting in over 100 deaths in just one month, yet there is still hope.

  • Opinions | Back to school: A friendly reminder to respect your own and others personal space

    By October 12, 2021

    What to do when someone invades your personal space? 

  • Opinions | Being on campus for the first time: Impractical expectations vs. surprising realities

    By October 12, 2021

    This year, I let go of a high school fantasy and came to terms with the realities of university during a pandemic.

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  • 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.

  • COVID-19, one year later: Looking at the global pandemic through the eyes of three Saskatoon locals

    By February 2, 2021

    As cases rise in the province, a student, a researcher and a physician reflect on their pandemic stories of resilience and opportunity.

  • the Sheaf Crossword: Months of the Year

    By February 13, 2021

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

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