Being a first-year student can be both intimidating and thrilling at the same time.
Culinary Services at the University of Saskatchewan is taking steps to make dining on campus healthier, localized and more sustainable for students, staff and faculty alike.
On June 21, Canada celebrates National Aboriginal Day by honouring the contributions of Aboriginal people to our country.
While going to the gym should not be an intimidating experience, it often is. Creating a female-only and male-only time slot at the Physical Activity Complex at the University of Saskatchewan would help to alleviate some of the dread that comes with working out.
Snow and ice don’t have to mean that sweatpants and oversized scarves have to dominate your wardrobe.
bridging the gaps between immigrant students, new surroundings and cultural expression is an important endeavor.
University of Saskatchewan students now have a collective Snapchat account to post pictures on, officially known as usask-snaps2.
a graduate degree doesn’t guarantee a successful career and within academia, the value of work experience is often overlooked.
finding gluten-free foods on campus can be a challenge, it’s definitely not impossible.
Everyone likes to think their college and degree of choice is better than everyone else’s, but does this translate to a hierarchy between colleges at the University of Saskatchewan?