With the addition of four elected representatives from the General Academic Assembly (GAA), the committee charged with selecting the University of Saskatchewan’s next president is now complete.
As part of the president’s tour, Gordon Barnhart, U of S interim president and vice-chancellor, made a stop in Hong Kong this week.
The events outlined in the Nov. 20 and 21 articles in the Toronto Star saddened me. It saddens me to see the state of affairs at campuses across Canada and it especially saddens me to see how our own university handled the event depicted in these articles.
There is always heightened awareness about safety following incidents like the Oct. 22 shootings at Parliament Hill, but for people in Protective Services, it is always top of mind.
If there is one word that best describes enrolment at the University of Saskatchewan, it is stable.
Nine U of S students studying in the social sciences and humanities have received scholarships and fellowships amounting to $645,000.
A document has come into the care of the University Library that is well worth celebrating.
Various services for students continue to be the beneficiaries of revenue generated by the university’s cold beverage contract but more drink choices on campus and the growing use of personal water bottles are resulting in fewer dollars to hand out each year.
From Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia, with a stop in between at the U of S, Maclean’s photographers captured unique aspects of 12 Canadian universities and created a time-lapse video showcasing student life from sunrise to sunset.
If you have been following Huskie soccer this year, you know our teams are doing well, and while the players and the coaches deserve much of the credit, they have been getting some help at ground level.