The Sheaf presents back-to-school advice from Khat.
Feeling detached after being gone all summer? These tips are sure to help you succeed this year!
Let’s cut to the chase — we all procrastinate to varying degrees. That feeling of, “I could have done so much better if only I had started on this earlier,” is one that we’ve all felt before. Here’s a list of things that you should probably start in September to keep on top of things.…
Aries: March 21 – April 20 On the second floor of Place Riel, outside the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union offices, awaits a solitary bathroom sanctuary. #CryCloset Taurus: April 21 – May 20 Memorial Union Building bathrooms around the corner from the Sheaf office. If you like free tampons and the smell of freshly-smoked weed,…
It can be stressful when you start adding up the cost of tuition, textbooks and everything else.
Heed my words when I say that your ego and confidence will be your enemy.
Here is some handy advice to help keep your head above water as school starts up again.
In 2017, an executive team led by Nancy Eze brought back the International Students’ Association, which represents and advocates for all international students at the University of Saskatchewan. Only a year later, the ISA has stopped their activities after no one attended their annual elections. When planning the return of the ISA, Eze, fourth-year physiology…
Speakers at the rally identify issues with breaching the gap between youth and Elder perspectives.
Administration and student leaders speak on the efficacy and quality of Usask’s mental-health resources.