The new year brought a series of amendments to federal legislation regarding study and work permits that open up the application process while adding requirements.
The 2013 news highlights at the University of Saskatchewan.
What do students really know about TransformUS?
The University of Saskatchewan came to the end of its search for the new dean of the College of Medicine after Dr. Preston Smith was announced as having accepted the position on Dec. 17, 2013.
The TransformUS recommendations for academic programs at the University of Saskatchewan were released to the campus community on the morning of Dec. 9.
Senior university administrators answered student representatives’ questions and concerns regarding TransformUS at the Nov. 28 University Students’ Council meeting.
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union Radio Show goes on air at 90.5 FM to spread the word on student issues around Saskatoon.
Students studying late into the night on campus will no longer have to worry about finding a safe place to hit the books during this year’s exams.
November saw the Ontario and Alberta governments announce new legislation regarding tobacco control while the public in other provinces turned to see what action their own governments will take.
On Nov. 20, the University of Saskatchewan officially opened its first graduate students-only residence.