The university is looking to rezone the land next to the Stadium Parkade for a hotel development. The plot along College Drive is currently home to beach volleyball courts and a century-old seed barn, both of which will be demolished in 2013.
A fiery conflict erupted in the Arts Tunnel Oct. 1 after the University of Saskatchewan Freethought Alliance satirized religion during their celebration of International Blasphemy Rights Day.
Navigating Saskatoon’s transit system is easier now than ever before. This is because CollegeMobile’s new iPhone application, Saskatoon Transit Touch & Go, which provides better access to information about the city’s bus routes and schedules, launched Oct. 2.
Saskatoon’s 2012 three-way mayoral race features a knowledgeable newcomer, an experienced incumbent and a relative unknown, each with their own vision of what makes a good mayor. The Sheaf interviewed each of the three mayoral candidates to gauge their platforms at a glance and see how their leadership would affect the city.
University Students’ Council approved an undergraduate referendum for the implementation of a spring and summer universal bus pass, or U-Pass, at its Sept. 27 meeting.
The University of Saskatchewan now has the cash to complete its many infrastructure projects thanks to an agreement with the provincial government that put nearly $95 million at the university’s disposal.
A group of University of Saskatchewan students have joined in solidarity opposing the deportation of Victoria Ordu and Ihuoma Amadi, two international students from the University of Regina.
The University of Saskatchewan's Office of Sustainability is launching Saskatoon’s first car share program, WeCar. As of Sept. 14 there will be two Ford Focuses available on campus for rent to the public on an hourly basis.
USSU President Jared Brown and several prominent Saskatoon citizens are taking the Saskatoon Food Bank’s annual food basket challenge. The basket includes mainly dry pantry items, small amounts of fresh fruit and vegetables and some meat. For some, this is a drastic change. For others, it's the hard reality of life.
Canadian students returning to universities this week are more worried about simply paying for school than receiving good grades.