A complaint made to Edwards School of Business has led to a management and marketing professor having to take down his office decor of inflatable dummies and profanity-ridden inspirational posters.
The tendency of young adults to feel invulnerable mixed with the power of social media has led to Neknominations taking the world by storm, leaving a few casualties in its wake.
Students at the University of Saskatchewan joined with groups across North America on Jan. 31 to protest against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
On Feb. 3, University President Ilene Busch-Vishniac sent a letter to the campus community outlining the results of the nearly two-month long TransformUS consultation phase.
University Council gave no response to a motion of non-confidence in the TransformUS process that University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union President Max FineDay presented at the Jan. 23 council meeting.
Members of the campus community wishing to submit feedback about the TransformUS process have until Jan. 30 to do so.
The University Students’ Council unanimously voted in favour of a motion of non-confidence in the TransformUS process after the university’s lax consultation with students became an issue at the Jan. 15 town hall meeting.
To celebrate student work, the second annual Undergraduate Project Symposium will be hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union on Jan. 28.
The University of Saskatchewan has begun gathering responses and recommendations to the TransformUS taskforce reports as the first two of three town halls were held on Jan. 8 and 9.
Since the TransformUS taskforce reports were released to the public on Dec. 9, 2013, much focus has been given to academic programs, leaving little time for explanations of the support services report.