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Kevin Menz

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Kevin Menz has attended the University of Saskatchewan since 2006. He began working at the Sheaf two years ago as the associate news editor. Last year, as the sports editor, he graduated with his bachelor’s degree in English. He re-registered to the College of Arts and Science as an undergraduate student in order to pursue the Sheaf’s editor-in-chief position. Kevin has also worked as a freelance sports writer with the Star Phoenix.

Huskies knocked out of University Cup with loss to Patriotes


The Huskies won’t be hoisting the University Cup in front of hometown fans this year. The University of Saskatchewan squad was knocked out of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s hockey national championship tournament after falling 3-1 to the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes tonight at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.

Huskies men’s hockey team fails to repeat as Canada West champs


A Canada West banner won’t be added to Rutherford Rink this season. The Huskies men’s hockey team failed to repeat as conference champions Sunday night after falling 5-2 to the Alberta Golden Bears in the deciding third game of the Canada West final at Clare Drake Arena in Edmonton.

U of S Campus Safety improves crime alerts


The University of Saskatchewan has learned from past mistakes .The U of S has launched USafe, a text messaging and emailing service that alerts subscribers of situations of immediate danger on campus, shortly after receiving criticisms for their six-week delay in informing the public of a sexual assault.

U of S commerce student aims to WakeUp youth to the lake life


When the Wilson Centre on campus approached Dobni’s entrepreneurship class looking for an Edwards School of Business representative to present at the centre’s Nov. 14 Pitch Party, friends of commerce student Toran Dobni jokingly suggested he should pitch WakeUp Apparel.

Off the ice and into the pit


Three summers ago, Luke Brisebois gave his friend Dan Smolinski an offer he couldn’t refuse. “I asked Dan if he wanted to start a band,” Brisebois said.

Huskie Motorsports shifts into high gear


“It’s basically a whole year, countless hours of work, coming down to one moment,” said Teagan Klassen, the Huskie Motorsports engine director. Klassen was one of the team’s three drivers in last summer’s Formula SAE competition, an international engineering and marketing student competition, in Lincoln, Neb.

Can we take CFS seriously?


The Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Federation of Students recently revamped its cheque-signing procedure, but that isn’t enough to convince me that the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union should rethink its position on membership in the national student lobbying group.

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