THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.
By Sandra LeBlanc October 15, 2021
Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine reflects on the role of epidemiology as the SHA responds to high case rates.
By IT Services October 15, 2021
Staff Writer A. Editorial Responsibilities: writing at least one to two stories
By Jakob Philipchuk October 15, 2021
Huskies women’s soccer defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen to extend their division lead while raising money for breast cancer research.
The survivor-lead event came following the reported sexual assault at the U of S on Sept. 29.
By Amanda Tischler 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.
By Sandra LeBlanc October 12, 2021
Heat pumps have the potential to greatly decrease greenhouse gas emissions in the city.
By Uday Chhina October 8, 2021
It was another busy weekend in Huskies athletics, with some magnificent performances from Huskies football and the women’s soccer team.
By Uday Chhina October 6, 2021
Get closer than ever before to Huskies football and hockey action with the new HuskieFAN App.
By Jakob Philipchuk September 20, 2021
What better way to kickstart your week than with poutine?
By Matthew Taylor April 23, 2021
An elected USSU executive and associate professor tackle the issue behind side hustles.
By The Sheaf April 13, 2021
The action was small, but had big consequences.
By Vaidehee Lanke October 12, 2021
What to do when someone invades your personal space?
By Beth Zentner 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.
By Ana Cristina Camacho May 19, 2021
As the fall approaches, U of S worker associations worry about workplace safety.
By Vaidehee Lanke March 29, 2021
One way to combat misinformation is to explain vaccines from a science-based perspective.
By Fiza Baloch 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.
By J.C. Balicanta Narag February 13, 2021
Instructions: This is an interactive crossword! Click on any square to start
By Caid Brossart October 14, 2020
Dear Editor and readers, The upcoming Saskatchewan provincial and municipal elections will
By Dominique Panko April 7, 2020
Aries March 21 – April 20 The Emperor Powerful and Ambitious. You’re