The University Library has received a display set of a book listing the names and brief biographies of the Saskatoon citizens and U of S employees and students lost in the First World War.
Pain has been a constant for much of Anita Chakravarti’s life.
Even Ken Coates appreciated the irony of him struggling with the volume control on his computer while explaining a new course he is teaching on innovation and technology in the North.
To Canadians of a certain generation, the name Ken Dryden evokes a towering hockey presence. Dryden was the legendary goaltender who backstopped the Montreal Canadians to six Stanley Cups, and Team Canada to victory in the 1972 Summit Series between the elite hockey stars of Canada and the Soviet Union.
How are U of S students feeling these days? Do they feel welcome on campus, respected and supported?
Winter doesn’t officially start for another three weeks, but you would never know that from looking out your window.
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.