With the $29-million dollar renovation of Place Riel wrapped up this fall, the next major infrastructure project on the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union’s radar is the Memorial Union Building. During the summer, the USSU attempted to give Browsers a new look, as finances for the cafe and bookstore have dipped in the red in
U of S President MacKinnon had three major initiatives when he took office 12 years ago ”” to reopen the College Building, to build more residences and to build a new hockey arena. The College building was reopened in 2005 and the first of two new residences just opened this summer, but campus has yet
To prevent flood damage caused by increasingly unpredictable rain seasons, the University of Saskatchewan is looking into more sustainable ways to pave its walk and roadways.
The University of Saskatchewan is not falling apart, but its infrastructure funding is insufficient.
While its title was “Leading the Way on Jobs and Growth,” the Conservatives' March 4 federal budget offered little for students seeking such prosperity in the near future. Although some funding previously cut was restored, it still adresses students as an afterthought.