Propagandhi just keeps getting better. The veteran punk band from Winnipeg released their sixth full-length album, Failed States, Sept. 4 on Epitaph Records. The album is hard-hitting, it’s head banging and it fucks the system like all Propagandhi albums have since their first in 1993.
First-year Huskies cornerback Travoy Martinez, from Dallas, Texas, wreaked havoc on the visiting Alberta Golden Bears’ offence, kick team and return team in the Huskies 32-0 season-opening victory Aug. 31 at Griffiths Stadium.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team was hit hard Aug. 24 in a 26-21 non-conference loss to the visiting University of Guelph Gryphons at Griffiths Stadium. Six Huskies, including the squad’s first- and second-string tailbacks, left the field with injuries.
Jamelle Barrett might hear his name called in the National Basketball Association’s draft June 28. The Rancho Cordova, Calif. native spent the last two seasons with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The Star Phoenix reported today that he is scheduled to work out for the Sacramento Kings sometime within the next week and a half.…
The University of Saskatchewan says it was only made aware of an Ethiopian politician’s alleged controversial behaviour a few days prior to his arrival on campus but that had it found out about the accusations against Shiferaw Shigute earlier, it still would have welcomed him to the U of S.
A 4-3 win over the McGill University Redmen wasn’t enough for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies at the CIS men’s hockey championship today in Fredericton, N.B.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies fell to the University of Moncton Blue Eagles 5-1 today in their first round-robin game of the Canadian Inuteruniversity Sport men's hockey national championships in Fredericton, N.B.
The University of Saskatchewan team fell 64-60 to their provincial rival Regina Cougars in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport fifth-place consolation match March 19 at the University of Calgary’s Jack Simpson Gym.
Lane Britnell captured his second consecutive national gold medal March 10 at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport track and field championships in Winnipeg. The University of Saskatchewan Huskies pole vaulter cleared 4.95 metres to beat out University of Western Ontario Mustang Matt Diston’s 4.90-metre vault and notch his third national medal in as many years competing.
Tyler Lang and Mike Armstrong know that stepping out of the limelight to pick up the books will be difficult. The pair put their university careers on hold last week in order to compete for Team Saskatchewan at the Tim Hortons Brier in Saskatoon. While both Lang and Armstrong were disappointed with Saskatchewan’s 3-8 record and inability to qualify for playoffs, the two students said that they would put school on the backburner again if it meant a second opportunity to represent their province.