For any women feeling unprepared or scared about the threat of sexual violence or assault, there is a program offered at the University of Saskatchewan to turn to, in order to aid in the prevention of these situations.
While it may be common knowledge that added sugars are far from good for you, it can be easy to forget how fast they add up.
It’s no secret that animal testing is a common practice among companies that sell cosmetic, self-care and home cleaning supplies, and it can be difficult to tell which companies do and which companies don’t practice animal testing in their production.
Food insecurity has steadily made its way to the forefront of global issues, prompting many to reconsider not only food consumption, but the very nature of how their food is supplied.
For the ninth year in a row, the University of Saskatchewan women’s hockey team will be hosting their annual Play For a Cure game that is devoted to raising money for cancer research. The event has close personal ties for many team members.
This year marks the second iteration of the Broadway Theatre’s Winterruption, which features several shows throughout various venues in Saskatoon.
Saskatoon is home to a variety of stores dedicated to providing foods and products from various countries and cultures that are often under-represented in larger, commercial grocery stores.
In the wake of New Year’s resolutions — successful or otherwise — January can be a time of reflection for many who see room for improvement in their health.
The University of Saskatchewan community is constantly changing, with added diversity and an increase in graduate student numbers by almost 70 per cent in the last two decades.
University students incur large expenses in pursuit of a degree, and one of the major costs is textbooks.