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Letter to the Editor: Blame Sask. Party, not U of S administration, for budget woes

Over the last few weeks, and especially in last week’s “Money Issue” of the Sheaf, significant disgruntlement has been directed toward administrators at the University of Saskatchewan. In reality, administrators at the U of S have done their best to deal with the Saskatchewan Party’s intentional decision to defund post-secondary education in Saskatchewan.

SurveyUS: the results are in

We conducted an online survey to gauge where students stood on the university’s cost-cutting measures, what students perceived the financial problems to be and how the university should go about solving its money issues. This article covers a breakdown of some of those responses.

Is this it for cuts to the arts?

Constant funding cuts endanger the structural foundations of the arts.[/caption]Belt-tightening as a response to spending cuts is already being felt in the fine arts and humanities departments.

Emma Lake campus loss a blow to arts and science

Paying more money for a lower-quality education with fewer resources is ridiculous. I’ll admit I found the last few increases in student tuition rates perplexing, but I (naively) believed that I would be getting more because of them. I thought that my education would now be worth more because it was more expensive.

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