A new production by the drama department hopes to honour an acclaimed playwright’s modern classic.
As part of a series of planned events, the Student Wellness Centre looks to better educate on the issues surrounding marijuana legalization.
The Sheaf looks at potential streaming competitors to see if Netflix still the only game in town.
The Voice of Saskatoon looks to bring the perspectives of new Canadians to community radio.
Hardcore bands are rarely praised for their range. Albums in the genre are usually a chore to listen to as the songs begin to blend together into one barrage of noise and fury. Some bands even forgo the album format altogether — opting for split EPs, promo tapes and live shows. With Burnt Sugar, Gouge…
After a tone-deaf collaborative single by two recently deceased rappers, it’s worth asking: When is it too soon to start profiting off of an artist’s legacy?
Rosa Barba is currently exhibiting a striking series of meditations on film and the possibilities for cinema to extend beyond the screen.
The DIY scene in Saskatoon has embraced house shows as a way of building community among fans and artists.
An introduction to the work of the greatest American surrealist.
The Sheaf speaks to the U of S vice-provost teaching and learning about the future of open-education resources at the university.