Have you been wondering what all the cranes, hard hats and piles of rubble strewn around campus are for? Us too. We've broken down the university's 1$ billion construction plans so you can keep up to speed.
On the third floor of the Murray building ”” where senior studio-art majors spend most of their year ”” space is tight, lighting is dim and ventilation is poor.
The University of Saskatchewan is not falling apart, but its infrastructure funding is insufficient.
Communal meeting spaces, commercial shop-lined streets, a place for the proposed performing arts centre and a kilometre-long, tree-lined pedestrian and bike-friendly walkway are some of the prospective additions to the College Quarter.