The volleyball regular season is right around the corner and both the men’s and women’s teams at the University of Saskatchewan are set to put their off-season and preseason training in the to the test.
Saskatoon-born Zachary Lucky has been in the local music scene for quite a while, and with his newest concert tour, he will be making a stop in his hometown.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies six-game win streak over the University of Regina Rams came to an end in the first game played in the brand new Mosaic Stadium in Regina on Oct. 1.
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Saskatoon is home to a plethora of cultures that have migrated from all over the globe and one upcoming event hopes to showcase that diversity.
After three years of hard work, Saskatoon Celtic punk band Wenches and Rogues are releasing their debut album.
Saskatoon-based musician Graham Murawsky, known on the stage as Factor Chandelier, is set to perform music infused with local history for his hometown on Sept. 24 at the Capitol Music Club.
Although their seasons may not start until October, the Huskies men’s and women’s hockey teams have already laced up and hit the ice. Both teams have been working hard in fall camp to get ready for their preseason games before heading into the regular season.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies men’s soccer team hosted their home-opening game as well as the inaugural Bateman Cup over the weekend of Sept. 9-11. Despite excelling in the preseason, the Huskies were unable to win either of the match-ups and have been unable to secure a win in the early regular season.
Although the University of Saskatchewan offers a fairly comprehensive list of recreational sports, there are other opportunities for students who can’t find what they want at the university or even just want a change of environment. In addition, students may be able to find space in one of these leagues if their sport of choice fills up at the university.