Why the USSU student election matters
All three University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union vice presidents have left office early, leaving just the president to cover all executive duties for the last two weeks of the term.
Strolling through upper Place Riel isn’t exactly the most inspiring experience for students — at least until recently. A small new art gallery has been set up which will allow students to showcase their artwork in one of the university's most trafficked areas.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union has secured a $40,000 sponsorship for Aboriginal Achievement Week, a five-day celebration of aboriginal culture that will run March 11-15.
Graduate students will vote on PAWS Feb. 28 to decide whether or not they will finally get a universal bus pass, or U-Pass. The referendum comes after a petition with over 500 signatures was brought to the GSA in September expressing their interest in a U-Pass similar to the one currently provided for undergraduates.
Browsers Café will unveil an entirely new look and name this summer after more than a decade selling books and operating as a coffee house. We've got a side-by-side comparison of Browsers' existing layout and the architectural renderings of what the new cafe will look like.
University of Saskatchewan’s undergraduate students’ council will vote on increasing the amount students are charged for dental coverage at its Feb. 14 meeting.
In this letter from the executive, the USSU urges the U of S to include students in the composition of the two TransformUS task forces.
Booths will line the Arts Tunnel Jan. 24 as usual, but a lot of them won’t be selling anything. The Student Project Symposium is setting up shop. The symposium is an oppurtunity for University of Saskatchewan students to showcase their projects.
Amendments to the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union bylaw have raised the level of engagement councillors are required to have with students.