With essays, assignments and late term exams keeping students shut off from the rest of the world, when would be better to discuss the one thing that keeps us all interconnected in these troubling times? Of course I speak of the magic power of memes.
Queen’s University is investigating a racist costume party held by students after photos from the event made the rounds of social media and news outlets. While this behavior warrants consequences, their university should not be the institution to deliver them.
Beating all odds, made-up news stories and their creators turned out to be the real winners in the 2016 American presidential election.
Recent developments in the field of male birth control are showing great promise, but it’s important to consider the risks involved with hormonal methods of contraception before championing them.
The Halloween season inevitably leads to movie recommendations, but they can be a little derivative
In their first outing, the Lemon Twigs garner your attention with a collection of outstanding and occasionally psychedelic power pop songs.
Did you know the University of Saskatchewan used to have its own radio station?
A Canadian university was recently host to the annual White Privilege Symposium.
The Saskatoon municipal election is coming up on Oct. 26.
While student unions exist to serve and represent the best interests of students, an argument against their mandatory nature seems to be slowly gaining steam across the country, and for interesting reasons.