University of Saskatchewan and its students were left feeling disappointed with the Saskatchewan government’s March 18 announcement of the 2015–16 provincial budget.
While the Rocky Mountains draw many over Reading Week, Saskatchewan has just as much to offer in the realm of winter sports.
Without a doubt, the audiences of Seven Stories are sure to leave the theatre with a keen interest in not taking life for granted.
At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 5, a pipe burst in the front vestibule of Place Riel, leaving water pouring down for at least an hour.
Facing gusts upwards of 110 km/h with rain and sleet, the Huskies men’s team had a proud showing at their conference and national championships in St. John’s, N.L.
While the Huskies cross-country team’s season culminated at the Stewart Cup, many of the team’s fresh-faced members have their sights set on future seasons.
The Huskies cross-country team showed that hard work and dedication can lead a team to improve overall at the Sled Dog Open.
With her undeniable competitive spirit and get-the-job-done attitude, Huskies striker Jenelle Zapski is a force to be reckoned with on the soccer pitch.
Bus reliant students may soon find themselves stranded if the Amalgamated Transit Union 615 does not respond to a notice of lockout that the City of Saskatoon has served to them.
After nearly 50 years, the Buffalo Child Stone has once again been seen — only this time it was 70 feet under water.