A couple of young lovers are now arguing that U of S Protective Services acted without cause.
Is the water-bottle-filling station on the ground floor of the Murray Library fully self-actualized?
“I just really thought I had this one, you know. It’s unfair that there are so many expectations on students that we can’t even, like, let loose sometimes.”
Monday morning, tensions mounted between one professor and the audiovisual system in Arts 206, resulting in the subsequent cancellation of the class.
Mitt Webbs, a student in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, was perplexed by the response to his fairly innocent weather-related post.
A group of friends were surprised to discover they had all taken home the wrong men — and the popular animated television show BoJack Horseman might be to blame.
A real live half-man-half-beast-type being will be filling Howler the Huskie’s mascot suit for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year.
An anonymous letter was found tucked under the door of the Sheaf office on Tuesday morning. Scrawled on a deconstructed Honeycomb cereal box, the letter, addressed vaguely to Post Consumer Brands Canada, included wild accusations of a recipe change to the popular hexagonal cereal.
The popular sustainable party trend among young professionals has taken a turn for the worst in Saskatoon, and participants are looking to freshen up the used-garment circuit.
Following several rounds of intensive committee meetings and a general election, it was determined entirely necessary to create and fill the position of assistant to the associate vice-president information and communications technology at the University of Saskatchewan.