Students may not realize the risks associated with hosting events, from pub crawls to potlucks.
The Sheaf explores why sharing ideas through open discourse is just as important as an unbiased curriculum.
At a time when concerns about rising tuition and students’ living costs abound, food security among students is becoming increasingly important.
Life is cold and busy, so let the Sheaf take you on a quick tour of what’s worth your time at the U of S.
The Sheaf talks to Winterruption co-ordinator Aryn Otterbein and musician Chad VanGaalen about the merits of art and community.
The Sheaf conducted question-and-answer interviews with the candidates in the Saskatchewan Party leadership race.
The Sheaf presents an exclusive staff recipe list for the holiday season.
The Sheaf discusses representation, culture and individuality with six Canadian students on campus.
Dive into the psychology of language with Ron Borowsky for an in-depth look at the U of S Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, animal communication, the singular they and the psychology of emoticons.
The competitive Super Smash Bros. scene in Saskatoon is an eclectic community that is poised to see growth.