THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

Culture

  • By October 11, 2022

    In the mid 2000s, music genres like emo, pop-punk, nu metal and post-hardcore were embraced in the mainstream music scene and experiencing their heyday. Bands like Pierce the Veil, Three Days Grace, My Chemical Romance and Green Day made music that was heavily rock-inspired, melancholic, and —most importantly— angsty.

  • Rise of AI-generated art in digital art spaces

    By October 5, 2022

    An AI-generated artwork won first place in a fine arts competition and sparked divided discussions about what defines art.

  • Coffee, Cookies and Cats at the Purrfect Cup Cat Café

    By October 4, 2022

    Need a breather from your busy schedule? Take some time to unwind at Saskatoon’s first cat café.

  • Coming soon to S’toon: RuPaul’s Drag Race stars aren’t to be missed

    By September 29, 2022

    Trixie and Katya LIVE brings comedy, singing, and most importantly, drag.

  • Old Style from a Young Performer:Jake Vaadeland, the Bluegrass Singer Shaking Up Saskatchewan’s Country Music Scene 

    By September 28, 2022

    When I first saw Jake Vaadeland perform at the 2022 Saskatoon Jazz

  • U of S concert band celebrates 60th anniversary with alumni-written pieces, Ukrainian solidarity 

    By April 8, 2022

    A total of six pieces were played, including works from Saskatchewan-based composers Dr. Glen Gillis and Paul Suchan and a solo performance by Ricardo Martin.

  • Back to the archives: U of S 115th anniversary prompts look at the university’s ever-changing campus

    By April 6, 2022

    From a small schoolhouse to multiple campuses across the province, the Sheaf looks at how the U of S has evolved across the years.

  • Saskatoon’s Handmade House celebrating 50 years of Saskatchewan craft with “Rooted”

    By April 5, 2022

    The exhibition features a diversity of craft and brings awareness to the artist co-operative’s longevity, says one working member of Handmade House.

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