It’s a sunny fall afternoon and Bob Badger is looking for willow branches and stones. The University of Saskatchewan’s cultural co-ordinator is gathering the items he needs to build a temporary sweat lodge on campus, determined to make the ceremony accessible to students as they begin their school year.
Rob Grosse has a hot and steamy story.
On Campus News writer Kris Foster sat down with Greg Smith on October 16, the day of his election as chair of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors, to talk about his views on his role, risk and the path forward.
The University Senate elected Joy Crawford as its representative on the Board of Governors on Oct. 18.
A unique program designed to expand understanding between Aboriginal and international students at the U of S was the topic of a presentation at the North American Higher Education conference in Arizona in early October.
The Global Institute of Food Security (GIFS) at the U of S has appointed Maurice Moloney as its new executive director and CEO.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst will honour its graduate Nazeem Muhajarine Sept. 27 by presenting him with the SPHHS Award for Significant Contributions to the field of public health and health sciences.
Want to know the chances the Saskatchewan Roughriders will finish first the CFL’s west division this season? As of Sept. 22, it’s seven per cent, largely thanks to a Sept. 21 Rider victory over Ottawa and Calgary losing to Montreal.
Two of Allyson Glenn’s six paintings from her series called Catalyst are gone, and she could not be more delighted.
It has taken nearly 34 years, but finally a lemon tree has been bred in the U of S greenhouses specifically for low-light conditions in an indoor home environment.