In a move to become more efficient, the Government of Saskatchewan is looking at outsourcing meals at correctional facilities — especially those near a large enough centre so that meals can be provided with ease.
Narcissism continues to reign supreme worldwide, especially with the Oxford Dictionary’s announcement that “selfie” has been chosen as the word of the year for 2013.
Tis’ the season to be giving, but is commercialized gift-giving really worth our time?
Saskatchewan has quickly become a province that promotes pride — Rider pride, that is.
There’s much to learn from children — especially if we start reading what’s on their book shelves.
Regular Human Immunodeficiency Virus testing will remove stigmas surrounding the disease, creating more awareness and knowledge about this worldwide epidemic.
Campus newspapers like the Sheaf are written by students, for students and about students. However, every student is different, so chances are you’re going absolutely hate some of the articles published throughout your time at our glorious institution — and that’s okay.
Halloween is not an opportunity or an excuse to offend someone or an entire cultural group because you’re trying to be ironic, funny or hot.
Having emotional support in life can make or break who you become, what you do and who you choose to be with.
With so many dialects of English spoken world wide, is one really more valid than another?