The votes have been cast but it will be weeks or even months before graduate student employees at the University of Saskatchewan find out if they have the support they need to join a union.
Not everyone can go into space but with a tank of hydrogen and a bit of knowledge about circuit boards, a balloon could be the next best thing.
The number of students using counselling services at the U of S is on the rise, and Terrie Fitzpatrick is hoping a university-wide mental health strategy will help address students’ needs across campus.
Construction has begun on the University of Saskatchewan’s newest child care centre, and its price tag will be lower than expected, nearly $ 217,000 lower.
In health care, where the welfare of the patient comes before everything, it can be easy to overlook the mental wellbeing of those who provide care.
A request for proposals (RFP) has been issued by the University of Saskatchewan to find someone interested in a business opportunity—develop a meeting and lodging facility at the mothballed Kenderdine Campus at Emma Lake in exchange for some access and a long-term lease on the land.
A student team from the U of S was named the 2015 TD Entrepreneurship Challenge Regional Champion by Enactus Canada.
Mathematicians, physicists, punsters and even construction workers may pause in their labours on March 14 to celebrate Pi Day in honour of a quirky little number whose significance is felt from the job site to particle physics.
The University of Saskatchewan has always played host to bright minds—some of them are just younger than others.
The fluffy white stuff that falls from the sky might look delicious, but is snow really safe to eat?