The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Drinking: Should we risk it?

The long-standing belief that moderate alcohol consumption has health benefits is slowly being debunked — and once again our perceptions of what is “good” for us is shifting.

Home-Brew: drinking locally in Saskatoon

The dominance of mass-produced alcohol in Saskatoon, and Saskatchewan as a whole, is beginning to shift as the population starts to show more of an interest in diversifying their drinking habits.

Students tackle binge drinking issue on campus

A group of classmates at the University of Saskatchewan has undertaken a long-term study that will examine the environmental pressures to binge drink on campus and at campus-related events. The U of S Student Binge Drinking Prevention campaign originally started as a sociology assignment, but has since evolved into a funded initiative run by four

The pains and joys of moving out

Many moments can be identified as the beginning of adulthood. Notable milestones include a Bar Mitzvah, a first job or your first kill in battle. Now don't get me wrong, these are all glorious things to boast about. But to me, people really "come of age" when they move out of their parents' house.

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