How do more than 50 vehicles get broken into and looted in the course of a few hours, while University of Saskatchewan students and staff sleep just steps away from the scene of the crime?
The University of Saskatchewan’s interim president and vice-chancellor Gordon Barnhart delivered the annual state of the university address on April 8. In the question and answer period following the address, concerns turned to the Graduate Students’ Association.
It was a full house at the Father O’Donnell auditorium at St. Thomas More College on March 25 as students and staff witnessed a head-to-head live debate on the constitutional right to strike in Canada.
Breaking down the doors between spoken word poetry, theatre, visual art, dance and music, Our Four Walls brings together individuals from many artistic disciplines
As Max FineDay sees out his term as the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union president, his accomplishments through the year will have a lasting effect on students’ lives
University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union candidate campaigns were announced on March 16. Although Desirée Steele, vice-president of academic affairs for the 2014–15 academic year, will not be returning as an executive, she is no less excited about the electoral race.
In this fast-paced technologically advanced time, it’s more difficult than ever to stand out in a multitude of job-seeking students and recent graduates.
Current vice-president operations and finance Elias Nelson is doling out advice for students thinking of running for the executive.
It seems to be a common misconception that the only thing you can do with an English degree is teach others English. But is that really the only viable option aside from the anticlimax of the café barista?
With University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union elections just around the corner, the Sheaf was able to catch up with vice-president student affairs Jack Saddleback to get an inside look at the value of the student union’s executive team.