A multidisciplinary campus club is garnering interest with innovative designs.
The case in question at McGill has ended but the conversation on divestment continues.
Two vice-presidents discuss past, present and future plans for the students’ union.
The university had a stellar year of science milestones and innovative research.
This past year, climate action took the centre stage in the world and at the University of Saskatchewan.
It has been a great year in news, so let’s look back on the top stories from 2019.
The organizers aim to give students a sense of community during the holiday time.
Cultural leader Joseph Naytowhow works at helping and healing the campus community through traditional knowledge.
Students with trauma responses can now register with Access and Equity Services.
Cut packages will still be available through interlibrary loans, just not with immediate access.