The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.


Liam Delparte

Liam Delparte has 14 articles published.

Is it time for DSS to take a new name?


Disability Services for Students is an advocacy body at the University of Saskatchewan that aims to provide accommodation for students who have learning and medical difficulties in an effort to remove barriers and improve access to higher education. As discourse begins to shift on the limiting and perhaps problematic nature of the term “disability,” it…

Saskatoon’s newest coffee roasters make coffee a positive experience for all


July 2017 saw the Broadway area welcome Venn Coffee Roasters. Tucked in behind Amigos, this coffee shop offers more than just great espresso and Norwegian-inspired pastries. Venn Coffee first appeared in local Saskatoon businesses like The Night Oven Bakery and The Hollows. Venn is not Saskatoon’s first local roaster, nor its first third-wave-style roaster, but…

Drop the frat act: Setting a positive example during Welcome Week


It’s that time of year again — Welcome Week, where campus floods with disoriented faces, SaskTel sponsored giveaways, and most anticipated by returning students, beer gardens. This article isn’t waxing for the return of Frosh Week, a time of no-holds-barred debauchery beyond the memory of all but the most senior of students, nor is it…

U of S and FSIN make a lasting commitment to Indigenous students


On Feb. 2 at the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre, University of Saskatchewan President Peter Stoicheff and Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations signed a Memorandum of Understanding, formalizing and cementing a commitment to the learning outcomes of the university’s Indigenous students.

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