This may be Lauren Zary’s first term as captain of the Huskies women’s hockey team, but she’s already well ahead of the pack when it comes to fulfilling her role. As team leader, she brings both dedication and enthusiasm to the job.
These days, it seems like there’s a smartphone app for just about every situation.
Living with a chronic illness is never easy, but one research project at the University of Saskatchewan hopes to improve the lives of those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in a unique and innovative way.
Although the University of Saskatchewan recently approved the construction of a new $40 million multi-purpose sports facility, the existing Rutherford Rink still holds an important place in U of S history.
Although sexual health is not usually a laughing matter, one new social media campaign aims to mix humour and health to promote safe sex practices amongst young people in Saskatchewan.
With winter right around the corner, you may have already established a cozy — but repetitive — couch and Netflix routine with your significant other
While universities certainly provide an excellent environment for students to learn in, most of that learning happens exclusively inside a classroom, with few interactive components.
Creating a diverse and inclusive campus is an ongoing process at the University of Saskatchewan and one student group is leading the way with the creation of a position specifically designed to advocate for Indigenous perspectives.
A Sept. 28 study linked the use of hormonal birth control to the development of depression in women, and the media was quick to relate the two.
CBC Radio program is attempting to help students tell their stories in a new and creative way.