A look at some of the Sheaf's most outstanding stories of the year.
The year 2018 was quieter than 2017 for Protective Services, with 13.17 per cent fewer calls.
The Sheaf talks to the Student Wellness Centre about resources for student burnout.
The U of S-based organization Global Water Futures has signed a five-year MOU with the Canadian federal government.
This retired academic has educated people on Saskatchewan's history through a number of talks, books and even radio and TV programs.
The Sheaf speaks to university staff and student leaders about international students’ struggles and how the new Blueprint for Action responds to them.
Around 60 students congregated for the student union’s 2018 AGM and voted on a number of matters pertaining to USSU operations.
President Baldhead expects that the project would take around $30,000 to retain an Elder.
The seminar aims to normalize the negative feelings that some have to deal with during the holidays.
The students’ union will absorb the loss of at least eight months rent after the departure of the Campus Computer Store.