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Paul Finkelman (photo by David Stobbe).

Born in the USA

May 27, 2016

Have you ever wanted to know more about the American Civil War? Or maybe whether or not Ted Cruz is a natural born citizen of the United States? Ever wondered about who owns Barry Bonds’ 73rd home run ball?


The Gryphon Trio.

Dynamic trio

May 17, 2016

The Ritornello Chamber Music Festival will be coming to campus on May 26 and 27.


Charlene Sorensen, interim dean of the University Library.

University Library changing with times

May 13, 2016

Over the next decade, the University Library will write a new chapter that will include changes to physical spaces and services offered in order to respond to the changing information landscape.


Bolt, a northern harrier hawk, just before he was released back into the wild. Bolt made a full recovery after being brought to the WCVM last September with puncture wounds, a fractured wing and broken tail feathers. (Photo by Caitlin Taylor)

Bolt bolts

May 11, 2016

Dr. Brandy Kragness let go of the wild bird she had cared for all winter and watched Bolt swiftly launch himself into the wind, flying strong and sure across the stubble field.


The College of Dentistry’s General Practice Residency (GPR) clinic is getting ready to expand its space to meet the growing need for clinical dentistry practice.

Open wide in a new wide open space

April 29, 2016

The College of Dentistry’s General Practice Residency (GPR) clinic is getting ready to expand its space to meet the growing need for clinical dentistry practice.


George Mutwiri, interim director of the School of Public Health.

School of Public Health review

April 29, 2016

On the heels of the March 2015 external review of the School of Public Health, a series of consultations took place to determine next steps for the school.


The winning team.

Go big or go ag

April 22, 2016

The Canadian Agri-Marketing Association (CAMA) Saskatchewan student chapter at the U of S placed second in an agri-marketing competition against 29 other agricultural universities.  


The university matched alumni Larry Moeller's donation for a total of $1 million to support extensive changes both to the Reading Room and other student spaces.

Reading room renovations

April 15, 2016

Edwards School of Business alumnus Larry Moeller and his family donated $500,000 to rejuvenate the dedicated student space in which he and his classmates studied during the 1970s.


Students in Rick Retzlaff's third-year mechanical engineering class demonstrate their can crushing prototype on April 7.

Challenging designs

April 15, 2016

Rick Retzlaff believes good design should solve a problem.