Although Howler is known as the Huskies mascot today, he wasn’t always a part of the University of Saskatchewan.
Keith Carlson, U of S professor of history and research chair in Aboriginal and community engaged history, speaks to the atmosphere on campus in 1914.
Whether you’re in need of a great pre-drinking punch recipe or you want a Halloween cocktail, the Sheaf has you covered this season.
With an academic career that started at the University of Saskatchewan, Sarah Powrie is no stranger to campus.
Zombies and health care appear to be an unlikely duo, but not for the Student Wellness Initiative Towards Community Health.
While movie nights and making dinner are definitely enjoyable, there are many activities that Saskatoon and the surrounding area has to offer that make great dates.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring or hard.
Last week six Sheaf staff members tried out the Police Officer Physical Ability/Aptitude Test at the Physical Activity Complex on campus.
It is time to consider making Indigenous studies a required course for all U of S students.
As a newcomer to yoga, entering a humid, sticky room only to find other class attendees doing warm-up headstands can be intimidating beyond belief.