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.

Opinions

  • By April 29, 2011

    Quebeckers are sick of Steven Harper and have found a bastion of hope and progressive policy that is relatively new to them. They have found hope for Canada in the federal NDP lead by Jack Layton.

  • University continues to ignore arts and humanities

    By April 22, 2011

    “Students are told to pay more, get less and be grateful,” said Len Findlay, one of the most vocal professors on the subject. He taught nine extra credit units this year to keep the English course offerings up to snuff.

  • people looking at their smartphones at a party
  • Smartphones kill the conversation

    By April 22, 2011

    Blame Steve Jobs. Since the iPhone and other smartphones became popular enough that every other person has one in his or her pocket, conversations everywhere have suffered.

  • Gender equality not present in video game industry

    By April 18, 2011

    The rarity of women who play, or who will admit to playing, video games is just one reminder of the male domination of the video game industry.

  • Japan’s crisis an opportunity to reimagine the country

    By April 16, 2011

    The strong bonds (kizuna) of the Japanese people create great solidarity during dark times such as these. But there are concerns that these bonds of kizuna may also bind the Japanese economy, which must recover as soon as possible.

  • A totally necessary election

    By April 13, 2011

    As opposition parties working to achieve consensus in the House of Commons are accused of being a coalition, and of being undemocratic, the very process of democracy itself has been painted as an unnecessary bother.

  • Bjørn Lomborg: It’s too early to abandon nuclear energy

    By April 13, 2011

    We see coal as a polluting but reasonably “safe” energy source compared to nuclear energy. Yet, in China alone, coal-mining accidents kill more than 2,000 people each year ”” and coal is a leading cause of smog, acid rain, global warming and air toxicity.

  • Alternatives to Alternative Energy

    By April 10, 2011

    The catastrophes in Japan might finally achieve what decades of conflict in the Middle East have not: compel governments to invest in the research required to develop viable energy alternatives.

  • Recent Comments