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The world loves feel-good stories, and David Ayres’ is no exception.
With all the turmoil in sports right now, it seems like the perfect time to remind people of the good that’s left in competitive athletics.
Free money programs are thriving. Worldwide studies have reached the same conclusion: free money works and are a great approach to poverty alleviation.
Tis’ the season to be giving, but is commercialized gift-giving really worth our time?
It’s that time of the year when the cold air of winter brings about a warmth of generosity. Some student groups at the University of Saskatchewan have decided to help out local charities this holiday season.
On Nov. 2 at 8a.m., nearly 100 University of Saskatchewan students belonging to it’s Gamers Club began a 24-hour gaming marathon called Extra Life to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.
We all like to think we are doing our part in the fight against disease through donating to causes in one way or another, but what does this mean for finding a cure?
In the frantic race to be the first to re-post, tweet or share the meme du jour, the troubling subtext to the Kony 2012 campaign seemed lost in a misguided cloud of excitement. While the intentions of the nearly countless people who leaped at the opportunity to support Invisible Children’s mission are noble, good intentions
United Way Saskatoon announced Thursday that it aims to raise $5.1 million this year for its projects.