Sick of studying on campus? One photographer and one student engineer tour three local cafés to determine their studying potential.
In a public vigil at the end of January, students and community members met at the Islamic Association of Saskatchewan to express solidarity in a demonstration against Islamophobia.
A faculty member in history delivered a presentation on the history and culture of Filipino people.
Ten thousand dollars has been allocated to support a skating rink in the Bowl for the Saskatoon community.
Thousands of people gathered in D.C. in January to participate in the Women’s March on Washington, which continues to grow, changing people’s perspectives one by one.
The Student Refugee Program is seeking greater institutional support — here’s why you should care.