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 January 14, 2011

    Adam Vigneron is a U of S student whose interest in science and travel has brought him around the world. This is the first of two installments of his story of laser testing on a classified airforce base.

  • Students’ Council: Jan. 13, 2011

    By January 14, 2011

    President Chris Stoicheff presented the option of opening a centre that would tackle social justice inequalities that arise on campus.

  • Report from Students’ Council: January 6, 2011

    By January 13, 2011

    This week’s meeting of University Student’s Council saw no new business, but a lively questions and comments period covered everything from student safety to buying books.

  • U of A professor upset with re-grading

    By January 13, 2011

    Mikhail Kovalyov has experienced the unpleasant after-effect of standing up for his students. The University of Alberta administration asked the professor to retire early after a conflict regarding what he sees as the arbitrary grading process at the U of A.

  • JDC West offers opportunity for Saskatchewan to showcase talent

    By January 13, 2011

    Business colleges from Victoria to Winnipeg are making their final preparations this week in anticipation of the biggest business case competition in Western Canada.

  • Provincial opinions poll: Increasing surgery wait times could be solved in the public sector

    By January 12, 2011

    Saskatchewan residents want the government to slow increasing surgical wait times through hospitals, rather than private for-profit clinics, a new poll reveals.

  • Ottawa split on ‘iPod tax’

    By January 8, 2011

    Is the iPod tax just another packaged political phrase of 2010, or is it a real expense consumers may soon have to face?

  • 2010: Year in Review

    By January 6, 2011

    Considering it’s a new year and a new term, the Sheaf thought it would be a good idea to recap some significant campus events from 2010.

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