Saskatchewan’s finest junior curlers are confident in their third trip to nationals.
Here are the answers for the Jan 17. puzzle. If you haven’t tried the puzzle yet, it’s available here.
The USSU executives examine their campaign platform points near the end of their term.
Across1: paper ripper?3: ease pair, so we hear5: leguminous plant7: crowned alcohol8: island festivities9: coach, teach11: ohms13: Big Ben14: College grounds15: bow16: measuring tool, Queen17: master of things Down2: New Year’s _____4: Fair row, so we hear6: Native to Australia7: link together10: scrambled repaper12: jumbled lease but for painting For the answer, click here.
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…