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Education Under Fire film to show on campus: documentary explores Baha’i education in Iran

Roya Pourjamshidi, a self-identified member of the Baha’i faith and a current engineering student at the University of Saskatchewan, applied to continue her education at Iranian universities. Her applications were denied. For several decades, prospective Baha’i students have been excluded from Iranian universities on the basis of their religion, rather than their academic merits.

The consequence of losing an Oscar bet: Jack and Jill versus Bio-Dome

I lost the Sheaf’s Oscar poll to arts editor Aren Bergstrom. As punishment, I agreed to compare Adam Sandler’s recent Razzie champ Jack and Jill with the eternal gong show Bio-Dome, starring Pauly Shore and one of the unfunny Baldwins. Jack and Jill is very recent and therefore representative of the times we’re living in and

BRIEF: University of Saskatchewan to reduce expenses in face of budget pressures

The University of Saskatchewan will be forced to trim spending over the next four years to make up for a lower-than-requested provincial operating grant. At an April 3 public meeting, Provost and Vice-President Academic Brett Fairbairn outlined the financial repercussions of the March 21 provincial budget, which left the university shortchanged after receiving just a 2.1

BRIEF: Diefenbaker centre reopens after renovations

The Diefenbaker Canada Centre reopened to the public March 30 after months of renovations. The Diefenbaker centre is located at the University of Saskatchewan between the Education Building and the Royal University Hospital. It first opened its doors in 1980 as a place to commemorate John Diefenbaker, the 13th prime minister of Canada.

Final two BFA shows explore empty space

As the school year draws to a close and students worry about exams, essays and final projects, graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students are wrapping up their final art shows. Last week, the Sheaf featured many of this year’s graduating BFA shows that appeared in the Snelgrove Gallery throughout March. This week, the Sheaf features

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