With almost 2,000 people calling the University of Saskatchewan residences home, the question is, how secure is living in residence and what preventative measures are taken to keep resident students safe?
Posters put up around the University of Saskatchewan have Campus Safety concerned about the well being of the artist.
The University of Saskatchewan has learned from past mistakes .The U of S has launched USafe, a text messaging and emailing service that alerts subscribers of situations of immediate danger on campus, shortly after receiving criticisms for their six-week delay in informing the public of a sexual assault.
Over the past two days Campus Safety participated in a province-wide crackdown on dangerous driving billed as March Madness.
Hamza Alsharief, a 23-year-old University of Saskatchewan student, has been missing for a week and police are seeking information about his whereabouts.
Theft on campus happens a lot more than we think it does. We have all seen those bright orange posters warning students against leaving items unattended around the library, but everyone seems to think that it will not happen to them.
The total number of safety staff on campus in the past 26 years has been reduced in favour of technological security, according to director of Campus Safety Robert Ferguson.