Adam Vigneron is a U of S student whose interest in science and travel has brought him around the world. This is the second of two installments of his story of laser testing on a classified airforce base ”” the Dryden Flight Research Centre.
A local group gathered at Amigos Cantina on Dec. 7 to discuss climate justice and the impact of climate change on local communities.
SARCAN, the Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres, is introducing a ban on bottle caps for April. Leave a lid, and you won’t get the deposit fee back.
Progress on Place Riel renovations look promising. Hoarding in Lower Place Riel is down, the Mac’s convenience store is now open and a final agreement with Harvey’s to fill the final open tenancy is pending.
Making money while saving the environment? Impossible! Or so we thought. Carrotmob, the activist organization that promises profits as well as environmental sustainability, is coming to Saskatoon and focusing on local coffee shops.
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.
President Chris Stoicheff presented the option of opening a centre that would tackle social justice inequalities that arise on campus.
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.