The leader of the Saskatchewan NDP talks to the Sheaf about issues facing students ahead of the 2020
The annual back-to-school bash is moving to a Friday this year.
In 2018, university reserves dipped below the minimum amount dictated by the financial reserve policy.
It can be stressful when you start adding up the cost of tuition, textbooks and everything else.
Well, reader, I’m glad you asked. The Sheaf is your University of Saskatchewan student newspaper. Written for students, by students, the mission of the paper is to inform and entertain — to provide student perspective on campus life and issues. We’re also a non-profit, with six undergraduate students on the Board of Directors to oversee…
The Sheafing is a staple of campus culture and one of the many pranks pulled throughout the year.
Students are unaware they are opted out of the coverage plan by default if they are ‘off-campus’ in term one.
On Jan. 17, the Ford government put forward a plan for lowering the tuition burden.
As much as I hate to admit it, the Sheaf isn’t on the cutting edge of student journalism.
The students’ union will absorb the loss of at least eight months rent after the departure of the Campus Computer Store.