While the majority of people who gathered at Kiwanis Park for the arrival of the Olympic torch in Saskatoon on Jan. 11 waved Canadian flags, a smaller group did not. Instead, they waved protest signs and flags representing Indigenous pride.
The first-ever university iPhone application class in Canada has earned more than credits for three University of Saskatchewan students. The class that made nation wide headlines in fall 2009 wrapped up last term, and two of the apps have found investors.
Dr. Steven Novella, host of the podcast The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe says the notion that the term “skeptic” applies to someone who doesn't believe in anything is “a marketing problem,” and that it's important to understand the difference between scientific and philosophical skepticism.
With the holiday season soon upon us, here are three geeky gadgets to watch for. From mobile gaming to hands-off cleaning, these doo-dads are not to be missed.
Students who get a free copy of Darwin's On the Origin of Species this month might be surprised to find an introduction by intelligent design proponent Ray Comfort.
If you noticed people getting hair cuts in Lower Place Riel on Nov. 13, rest assured that it was for a good cause: raising funds to fight cancer.
At least 10 people living in University of Saskatchewan residences have fallen ill with confirmed or suspected cases of H1N1.
Renovations to Place Riel are starting to take shape, with new spaces for The Campus Computer Store and The Cove are expected to be completed by January 2010, along with the new stairs where escalators used to be.
University Students' Council again tackled the issue of a fee for the use of credit cards for tuition payments as well as how H1N1 will affect the university.
Kara Deshaies spends days working as a high school intern in Prince Albert but at night she births zombies.