The killing of Colten Boushie in rural Saskatchewan is a strongly contested issue in all of Canada, including at the U of S.
The International Students Scholarship & Awards Panel aims to give advice with tips and testimonials.
Student research about discrimination and prejudice towards gay men and lesbian women wins third place in university symposium.
The Science Ambassador Program allows students to teach based on their own research interests.
A collaboration between students and a local artist highlights issues of overconsumption, social inequality and feminism.
The Love Notes sit down with the Sheaf for a question-and-answer session to discuss the details of delivering valentines on campus.
Students may not realize the risks associated with hosting events, from pub crawls to potlucks.
U of S students organized and led an event to teach others how to have conversations with those of various faith communities.
In a public vigil at the end of January, students and community members met at the Islamic Association of Saskatchewan to express solidarity in a demonstration against Islamophobia.
Due to high demand, the administration is working to accommodate more students with a premium computer science program.