Some people, upon retiring, kick up their feet and let the days pass idly by. Donna Mitchell is not one of those people.
It’s a classic love story, just in time for Valentine’s Day, but instead of the boy giving the girl his heart, he gave her his kidney.
She may be most well known for being Canada’s first woman in space, but when it comes to the story of Roberta Bondar her micro-gravitational adventure is only the tip of the iceberg.
A U of S researcher was honoured this past weekend for her work in social activism and community building initiatives.
The U of S is remembering a distinguished alumna and courageous naval officer who recently passed away.
If you spend any time at the Physical Activity Centre on campus, chances are you have seen Jason Weber.
From India to Sturgeon Lake, Vivian Ramsden has been on the leading edge of participatory health research.
In the basement of Winston’s Pub, about 30 people are getting settled in, chatting and ordering drinks. Rough beams and exposed brick walls, together with a mishmash of heavy, wooden furniture creates an atmosphere both casual and friendly; the room feels cozy but could easily be spooky with the right lighting.
Sue Johnson might have the most diverse—and interesting—job description on campus.
Since he won the USSU Young Alumni Excellence Award two years ago, Stavros Stavrou’s (BSc’10, MSc’12, MEduc’15) contributions to his field, the University of Saskatchewan and the community have multiplied exponentially.