Another summer has come and gone, but there are still plenty of things about the fall season for students to look forward to — the pumpkin spice lattes, the colours of fall and especially the campus fashion.
Treating yourself every now and then is a prerequisite to staying sane and can also give you some extra motivation before finals.
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Even with final exams looming, it’s never too early to start looking forward to some well-deserved rest and relaxation and to celebrate the holiday season in style.
Being a student doesn’t mean you have to choose between school and travel. It’s possible to see and do it all without breaking the bank.
As temperatures continue to drop, before we know it toques, scarves and mittens will become part of nearly every University of Saskatchewan student’s everyday wardrobe.
While you may be reluctant to move your summer clothes into the back of your closet, the cooler temperatures are subtle reminders that fall is indeed coming.
Sherri Hrycay, owner and designer of Sova Design Millinery, took her collection to new heights for Saskatchewan’s annual fashion week in Regina — a three-day festival from May 7–9 showcasing prairie-based design talent.
University of Saskatchewan alumni and life-long friends Nathan Thoen and Ian Harris have embarked on an envy-inducing adventure around North America in a camper van