Buzzwords are used to impress so it’s no surprise this year’s USSU candidates all embraced certain slogans.
The City of Saskatoon has had a record number of water main breaks this year, leaving many residents without water for days at a time. In some cases, the repairs have taken up to a week.
Tuition at the University of Saskatchewan continues to increase and university students continue to take it on the chin — but what are we getting for all of this extra money we’re paying?
The majority of Saskatoon Public School Division’s Board of Trustees voted in favour of changing the Redmen name and logo of Saskatoon’s Bedford Road Collegiate on March 4.
Attitudes towards Saskatoon’s 20th Street and its surrounding neighbourhoods may be changing for the better, but gentrification is at the heart of these supposedly positive changes.
The pride flag is a well-known symbol of solidarity for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community, so why isn’t it flying at buildings of all levels of Canadian government throughout entire year?
Just when you think our generation couldn’t get any more ridiculous, it does: cue neknominations.
How to deal with your parents dating again.
Let’s hear three cheers for Sex Week at the U of S and for sexual communication in general. Be safe, be smart and talk about sex.
Porn is everywhere today and more socially acceptable than ever, but how is porn addiction affecting people?