A group of graduate students from the University of Saskatchewan issued a motion of non-confidence on Oct. 28 toward the president of the Graduate Students’ Association, Izabela Vlahu.
A national initiative, Trick or Eat is a youth-oriented program which challenges students to get involved in the fight against hunger.
The refunds will be available through many locations including city hall, the downtown transit customer service centre and six of Saskatoon’s leisure centres.
A long-term lease has been signed for the phase five development of the Preston Crossing land owned by the University of Saskatchewan.
After a successful inaugural issue in February 2014, the University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Research Journal is scheduled to return for its second volume during the 2014–15 academic year.
A report from Statistics Canada indicates that Saskatchewan students in both undergraduate and graduate programs have seen the largest percentage increase in tuition costs for the 2014–15 academic year.
The University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team launched a high altitude balloon in August that reached a height of 27 kilometres. Pictures Inside.
On Sept. 3 at approximately 11:30 a.m., an incident of assault was reported to have occurred at the Graduate House residence at the University of Saskatchewan.
While the June 20 cancellation of the Little Buddy Big Buddy Barbecue — short-handed as LB5Q — appeared to leave Edwards Business Students’ Society without its preeminent fundraising event, the group is aiming to start fresh while honouring the past with the announcement of LB5Q Presents: Blackout.
After announcing on Aug. 29 that services would be downgrading to account for a backlog of required maintenance and insufficient mechanics staffing, Saskatoon Transit revealed on Sept. 2 that they are hoping to re-establish all routes within three weeks and possibly as soon as the end of next week.