In a world full of information, how do we know what to trust?
Taking inspiration from a network event that took many Facebook users off guard earlier this week, one student at the University of Saskatchewan is planning to defer due dates this term with a similar “out of order” response to inquiries.
PLACE RIEL — Some attendees of the Students for Subculture debate on Friday may be in for a surprise due to a misfortunate typo on the event’s official poster, which implies connection to a contentious political debate of a similar name occuring on the same day. Organizers of the event — Students for Subculture group…
The decorations generally range from cute to crafty to cult, while the truly scary-as-shit decor is hidden out of the public eye and usually only available by donation.
Hearts are heavy on campus today, as Howler — beloved campus mascot — was put down at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine.
A Facebook poll has Howler the Huskie — the University of Saskatchewan’s official mascot — slated to be a frontrunner in the upcoming race to become president of the U of S Students’ Union.
With traffic expected to circulate in new areas of the city, resident river trolls have expressed concern for future tolling processes.
What was meant to be a night of attempting the running man dance and watching streamers play Fortnite turned out to be something entirely more depressing when a group of computer science students did a round of shots out of menstrual cups.
Following a series of attempted break-ins believed to be related, beverage bandits beguiled one popular campus coffee business on Wednesday evening.
“I deserve to be taken seriously. I was president of my high school’s SRC,” Parker-Gates said.