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.
Hearts are heavy on campus today, as Howler — beloved campus mascot — was put down at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine.
A Facebook poll has Howler the Huskie — the University of Saskatchewan’s official mascot — slated to be a frontrunner in the upcoming race to become president of the U of S Students’ Union.
With traffic expected to circulate in new areas of the city, resident river trolls have expressed concern for future tolling processes.
Summer bike thefts: Between May 1 and Sept. 7, Protective Services has received 57 bicycle-theft reports. Here are some tips to prevent bike thefts: lock up your bicycle with a quality U lock or chain lock, do not rely solely on a cable lock to secure your bicycle, do not leave your bicycle parked overnight,…
Dear Editor, Ashlynn Weisberg’s op-ed piece in the August 30 edition of the Sheaf hits the bullseye on several points. Those of us who work for Access and Equity Services absolutely recognize that ingrained “institutional, social and systemic obstacles” are part of daily life for people with disabilities. We agree that the implementation of “a…