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 October 29, 2021

    On behalf of the current board of directors and staff of the Sheaf: 

  • Student-faculty mixer increases accessibility of research opportunities and information for new students

    By October 29, 2021

    The event was the first of its kind at the University of Saskatchewan, but organizers, students and faculty agree on its success.

  • Former Sheaf editorial cartoonist’s career honoured with Canada Post stamp

    By October 28, 2021

    Brian Gable has since experienced decades of evolution in journalism since starting at the Sheaf in the 1960s.

  • The role of universities in the path to truth and reconciliation

    By October 27, 2021

    An Indigenous administrator and a knowledge keeper supporting indigenization on campus reflect on why transforming university education is a central need of reconciliation.

  • New U of S humanitarian club aspires to make ‘impactful change’ through volunteerism, fundraising

    By October 22, 2021

    The name of the club — derived from the Arabic phrase Al Amal, meaning “the hope” — was chosen to represent the club’s mission to better their community.

  • USask epidemiologist says students, community members must be vigilant in fourth wave of COVID-19

    By October 15, 2021

    Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine reflects on the role of epidemiology as the SHA responds to high case rates.

  • Speakers at USSU Rally Against Sexual Violence call for increased funding to survivor support services, changes to violence prevention policy

    By October 15, 2021

    The survivor-lead event came following the reported sexual assault at the U of S on Sept. 29.

  • USask engineering researchers analyze heat pumps to inform Saskatoon sustainability policy-making

    By October 12, 2021

    Heat pumps have the potential to greatly decrease greenhouse gas emissions in the city.

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