They say there's no way to stop the common cold, but researcher Malcolm King at the University of Alberta has been working on a way to stop airborne pathogens with a spray, and it could revolutionize the treatment of many illnesses.
The U of S is not the only university having problems with the availability of childcare. The situation is typical at universities, where wait lists for childcare regularly stretch into the multiple hundreds and it can take anywhere from one to three years to get a spot.
Logan Barr made the three-hour drive from his hometown to Saskatoon many times before he finally found a place to live. The second-year University of Saskatchewan student spent over a month looking for a place to live and though he eventually found what he was looking for at an affordable price, he says it was a difficult search.
A beleaguered pro-life group at the University of Calgary has been found guilty of non-academic misconduct stemming from a graphic display.
North Korea has been under the rule of an authoritarian regime for several decades. This much, at least, most people know. But what most people in the West either do not know or are only vaguely aware of is that there are human rights abuses taking place in North Korea on a daily basis.
After being the exclusive cold beverage provider on campus for 12 years, Coca-Cola's contract with the University of Saskatchewan has expired.
The University of Saskatchewan Students' Union's 2010-11 operating budget predicts a deficit of $415,514, although VP operations and finance Scott Hitchings insists it is a "planned, one-year deficit."
If the campus group Better than Bottled Water has its way, the sale of bottled water on campus could be on its way out.
For those of you still wondering, Chris Stoicheff, Leon Thompson and Matt Donlevy did not run as a slate for the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union election. All three vehemently deny it.
After a heated and at times confusing debate, University Students' Council voted on March 11 to decrease health and dental fees by $8.88.