The University of Saskatchewan Graduate Students' Association wants to raise graduate student fees by approximately $68 per year. The change would increase the current $56 fees to $124.
The once vocal search committee for a new dean of law is now silent over accusations that University of Saskatchewan president Peter MacKinnon overlooked their recommendation for the new dean.
The University of Saskatchewan is not falling apart, but its infrastructure funding is insufficient.
The Place Riel renovation is over budget and Arts and Science tries to improve its advising.
Abousfian Abdelrazik has made it back to his home and family in Montreal, but is still campaigning for his freedom.
The City of Saskatoon hosted a Saskatoon Speaks discussion on campus Nov. 8 asking for student input into the city's visioning process. Unfortunately, no one seemed to know about it””or they didn't care enough to attend.
Saskatoon drag queens and kings tucked balls and stuffed bras ”” or stuffed crotch and taped tits ”” for the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union Pride Centre's Drag Extravaganza on Nov. 5.
In past years, television commercials have reminded us that February is Black History Month. However, with the Olympics occupying so much media attention this year, commercials and shows reminding us about black history have been scarce. Not to blame the Olympics, but it is important for people to remember what, exactly, Black History Month is about.
Canada's national summer sport has been predominantly ignored at the college level in Western Canada, but a recent push to establish a lacrosse league amongst Western Canadian universities is providing many University of Saskatchewan lacrosse players with a second opportunity to play the sport they love.