A record-setting 9,033 fans flocked to Griffiths Stadium in Saskatoon Sept. 21 with blankets and cushions in tow. Students donning togas for a yearly homecoming game tradition to initiate first-year resident students into campus life kept their spirits high despite cold weather and a 35-26 University of Saskatchewan Huskies loss to the visiting Regina Rams.
Oh, Sloan. I've loved their albums since I was a zitty-faced teen and I still love them now, as a 29-year-old scumbag. I've always been more in love with Twice Removed than any other album of theirs, mostly due, at first, to its accessibility. One song after another is pop perfection. Luckily for me, they played that classic album in its entirety at their Sept. 19 show at Louis.
A candlelight vigil was held on Feb. 15 in the Bowl for missing U of S student Hamza Alsharief, who has not been seen since mid December. Friends of Hamza, including students, staff, and faculty, all gathered in support of the missing 23-year-old Saudi Arabian student. The vigil was organized by the campus Safewalk program.
Home-ice advantage didn’t mean a thing for the Huskies men’s hockey team last weekend against the University of Calgary Dinos. The Dinos not only handed the Dogs their first loss at Rutherford Rink this season with a 3-2 overtime win Friday, Feb. 3, but also held the Huskies scoreless in a 3-0 victory the following night. Read on for a gallery from last weekend's game, or click here for the full story.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team squared off against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Sept. 30 at PotashCorp Park for the Huskies Homecoming game. Final score: 36-33 for Saskatchewan. The game marked the 170th career win for Huskies head coach Brian Towriss, setting a new CIS record.