In addition to essays and assignments, midterm season gifts students with exams upon exams and it’s easy to become overwhelmed.
The Sheaf has put together a list of a couple under-the-radar spots in the city that are a must-try!
Who do those names belong to and why are they important?
Saskatoon has a strong theatre scene, and hopefully over the years it will continue to grow. With support from the community and with the help of private grants and funding, independent theatre can thrive alongside other theatre in the city.
You may know him as Spike from the hit TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but James Marsters does more than just act — he sings, and he does it well.
What better way to start off the school year than hanging out with friends, listening to great music and enjoying good food? If you like to have a good time, then check out this year’s Welcome Week activity line-up.
Starting university is both exciting and scary, so don’t worry if you feel nervous — that’s totally normal. It can take some time to get used to university so in the meantime, the Sheaf is here to help.
Apollo Cruz has found a name for itself and the band is now set to release their first music video, “The Man I Want To Be,” along with a live show on Sept. 2 at Buds on Broadway.
Like many University of Saskatchewan students, I grew up reading — and let’s be honest, worshipping — the Harry Potter series.
With the 25th PotashCorp Fringe Theatre and Street Festival underway, artists from across Canada and around the world are flooding Saskatoon.