This summer might be a bit different, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying it.
This March printmaking students in their second year will get their own chance to shine. A group show, I Ink Therefore I Am, will be held at the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming gallery in downtown Saskatoon.
Wandering is a shared part of the human experience. Susan Varga, an MFA student at the University of Saskatchewan, explores this notion in her exhibit, The Wanderer, currently on display at the Snelgrove Gallery.
Oh, Sloan. I've loved their albums since I was a zitty-faced teen and I still love them now, as a 29-year-old scumbag.
It was a sea of red toques and Bill Murray masks at the Fall Gallery in Vancouver on Feb. 18, as people gathered for "Bill You Murray Me?", an art exhibit inspired by and dedicated to the one and only Bill Murray. A comic who got his start in the early days of SNL, the
A candlelight vigil was held on Feb. 15 in the Bowl for missing U of S student Hamza Alsharief, who has not been seen since mid December. Friends of Hamza, including students, staff, and faculty, all gathered in support of the missing 23-year-old Saudi Arabian student. The vigil was organized by the campus Safewalk program.
Home-ice advantage didn’t mean a thing for the Huskies men’s hockey team last weekend against the University of Calgary Dinos. The Dinos not only handed the Dogs their first loss at Rutherford Rink this season with a 3-2 overtime win Friday, Feb. 3, but also held the Huskies scoreless in a 3-0 victory the following night. Read