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The year 2018 was quieter than 2017 for Protective Services, with 13.17 per cent fewer calls.
Taking inspiration from a network event that took many Facebook users off guard earlier this week, one student at the University of Saskatchewan is planning to defer due dates this term with a similar “out of order” response to inquiries.
Horoscopes for the month of November 2018.
PLACE RIEL — Some attendees of the Students for Subculture debate on Friday may be in for a surprise due to a misfortunate typo on the event’s official poster, which implies connection to a contentious political debate of a similar name occuring on the same day. Organizers of the event — Students for Subculture group…
The decorations generally range from cute to crafty to cult, while the truly scary-as-shit decor is hidden out of the public eye and usually only available by donation.
Wildlife on campus: On Sept. 19, Protective Services received a call regarding a moose walking through the crop science field laboratory. The Saskatoon Police Service and a conservation officer were able to transport the moose safely out of city limits without incident. Suspicious activity: On Sept. 22, a caller in Place Riel reported that three…
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Horoscopes for the month of October 2018.