The university is looking to construct a $40-million plant to generate electricity for campus.
Are you guilty of walking without watching where you’re going?
Styrofoam, which is only available in Lower Place Riel, was found in great amounts.
Every year campus clubs set up booths in Place Riel to recruit new members, positions open up in the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union and college student unions, and other organizations and the many centres on campus seek volunteers. Joining a campus club, running for a student union position or helping out at a centre
As an English major I’ve heard all the digs leveled against my college and my degree. My personal favourite has to be, “What are you going to do with an English degree? Work at Starbucks?” For the record, I’ve tried. They won’t hire me.
Working students, an ever-growing portion of the university population, worry constantly about their work loads. If you’re one of those students, you will probably find that making it to class every day, working several shifts a week, volunteering and staying active make for a very busy life.
I don’t understand school spirit. I mean, sure, I should care about the school I’m attending and support it, if only because if no one did the school would be unable to keep up the budget to maintain classes that I am interested in and whatever.
As yet another academic year begins at the University of Saskatchewan, the Sheaf has put together three unique perspectives on the fundamental question that many individuals on campus may be asking themselves: why are we here?
Imagine you are an engineering student, heading to the lounge for a break. You come to an abrupt stop when, there, blocking your path, is a blue Minneapolis Moline 1947 tractor.