The university has asked instructors to be more flexible regarding absences and to refrain from requesting medical notes from students this flu season.
A new student group is attempting to stop the sale of bottled water on campus. And their scheme is just crazy enough to work.
From Oct. 19 to 23 advance polls will be open in Place Riel to students regardless of which wards they live in. This is the first time early voting has been available on campus for a civic election.
A global study of Internet service shows Canada is falling behind in terms of broadband quality and may not be able to keep up with future needs. Canadian broadband quality slipped from 26th in 2008 to its current ranking as 30th.
The University of Saskatchewan bus mall was a flurry of activity on Oct. 5 when two buses collided around 3:30 p.m. Buses were waiting for passengers on the side of the mall furthest from Place Riel when a bus pulled away from the curb, striking a passing bus.
The Saskatchewan government has committed to two more rounds of public hearing on the province's energy future, after earlier consultations produced a resounding no from the public on the issue of nuclear development. The report, compiled by civil servant Dan Perrins, was intended to gauge public opinion on the recommendations of the Uranium Development Partnership.
Engineering student group Footprint Design organized a sustainability symposium held on Oct. 3. The symposium featured presentations by three people on three different aspects of sustainability, covering organic markets, electric vehicles and carbon dioxide.
Children of immigrants more likely to attend university. Two U of S scholars enter the Royal Society of Canada. Report from students' council.
The College of Arts and Science has proven the worth of an arts degree with the announcement of their 100 Alumni of Influence.
As if the workload of homework and exams was not enough, one University of Saskatchewan student wants to add on the duties of a city councillor. Justin Lasnier, a fourth year public administration student, is vying for a council seat in the Oct. 28 election.