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.

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  • By March 3, 2021

    In this two-part series, the current USSU executive reflects on the progress they have made in a year like no other.

  • Behind the pharmacy counter: A look at pharmacies during COVID-19

    By February 27, 2021

    Picking up a prescription as a customer is vastly different from what goes on behind the counter, says a pharmacist.

  • Reimagining education: Online classes will serve as an important framework for post-pandemic education, says USSU president

    By February 15, 2021

    Listening to students is a priority to plan the future of higher education, says USSU president.

  • U of S Storyteller-in-Residence sees successful pilot program

    By February 13, 2021

    Lindsay Knight of the Muskoday First Nation focused on building communication and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

  • Student says recognition of Jan. 29 is a step forward, but there is much more to be done

    By February 10, 2021

    In the face of Islamophobia, a student wants to see tolerance and acceptance.

  • Fab or fail? This season’s fashion trends hitting Saskatchewan

    By February 7, 2021

    From the runway to Saskatchewan, how is the fashion industry leaving a mark on the prairies?

  • “We’re surviving”: Lower Place Riel businesses after one year of campus closure

    By February 6, 2021

    Some businesses in Lower Place Riel face challenges due to reduced sales during COVID-19, and are looking forward to the campus reopening.

  • Post-pandemic recovery plan involves community input, accounting for the future, says U of S

    By February 5, 2021

    The University of Saskatchewan’s post-pandemic recovery plan is making progress despite the

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