Since 2013, you’ve likely seen one or more therapy dogs on campus, bringing puppy peace to stressed students during exam season.
It is sometimes easy, considering how relatively common-place contraception and fertility treatments are now, to forget the research that went into making them effective is only several decades old—and no small part of this body of work has been affected by Dr. Roger Pierson, who has helped change the lives of countless women across the globe.
The University of Saskatchewan’s commitment to develop a campus-wide sexual assault policy took another step forward on Sept. 22 when a draft policy was announced.
There has been a great deal of change since University Council was created 20 years ago, but a lot has stayed the same.
A variety of berries bred at the University of Saskatchewan are being touted as Canada’s newest super food.
The Bowl was abuzz the first week of September when almost 20,00 students—including 2,500 new students—arrived back on the U of S campus.
There is no shortage of data on campus, but finding a use for it is sometimes a problem.
The new secondary logo system for the University of Saskatchewan has officially launched.
It is that time of year again when Statistics Canada releases its annual report on tuition rates. The report, released on Sept. 9, gives an overview of average aggregate tuition and student fees for undergraduate and graduate programs in ten provinces across Canada.
Liverpool-born Spencer Ball enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in Saskatoon at the end of February 1916.