St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewan is a Catholic liberal arts college that dedicates itself to student life and community.
At the University of Saskatchewan, many students never get the chance to explore their research interests through a hands-on approach.
In an effort to support and inspire their peers, University of Saskatchewan students have teamed up with Station 20 West to produce animated videos exploring the lived experiences they face as core students.
To allow students to learn about wellness outside of the classroom and to positively impact the lives of youth in Regina, the University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing has partnered with Street Culture Project Inc.
The University of Saskatchewan Student Counselling Services is a resource designed to aid students who are in need of mental health resources, but word reached the Sheaf that some students were recently denied access to counselling.
In 2008, the Canadian government officially recognized the Ukrainian famine, also known as Holodomor, and designated the fourth Saturday of every November as Ukrainian Famine and Genocide Memorial Day.
On Oct. 19, the University of Saskatchewan hosted a travel abroad fair outside of the Neatby-Timlin Theatre on the second floor of the Arts Building.
On Oct. 5, 2016, the Saskatoon Open Door Society hosted its biannual WE Connect Job Fair, an event which works to provide job opportunities for immigrants and refugees, at Mount Royal Collegiate with over 1,500 attendees, including students.
The transit system has had a busy year of transformations. After the lockout in 2014, Saskatoon Transit has worked towards improving routes and rider experience for customers.