Husky Energy helps propel Indigenous STEM access

Indigenous students looking to build a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are getting a boost from Husky Energy.

New donor-funded dentistry clinic open for business

The campus community has a new reason to smile, as Clinic 120—the College of Dentistry’s new general practice residency clinic—is officially open.

A&W Canada invests in U of S research centre

A&W Canada has made a substantial investment in the Canadian beef industry with a $5-million donation toward the University of Saskatchewan’s Livestock and Forage Centre of Excelle...

Dr. David Edney gives back

For Dr. David Edney, learning and experience go hand in hand.

Late Huskie's legacy to live on in Merlis Belsher Place

Inland Steel Products makes donation to Home Ice Campaign to create "Smuker's Lounge"

Emotional connection inspires lifetime of service

As a student advocate, Chancellor Emerita Vera Pezer helped build a richer and more supportive environment at the University of Saskatchewan.

Your support keeps students in the game

When he isn’t on the football field, you can find Jesse Gordon analyzing space missions, contemplating synchrotron physics and experimenting with solar cells.

Scholarships help student to paint a brighter future

A gifted artist with a passion for painting, Shelby Lund (BFA ‘15) leaves the University of Saskatchewan, degree in hand, ready to tackle the challenges of the art world.

Gift changed everything for animal bioscience student

Olivia Carolan has dreamt about becoming a veterinarian since an early age. She was raised on a farm in south-west England, surrounded by animals from her very first steps: ca...

Hockey Canada Foundation invests in Merlis Belsher Place

On Thursday, October 5, the hockey community came together at the site of Saskatoon’s soon-to-be newest multi-sport facility to celebrate a significant investment back into local s...

Home Ice volunteer, Dell Chapman

"Once a Huskie, always a Huskie" is not just a motto for University of Saskatchewan athletes; it's a way of life for Dell Chapman (BCOMM'81).

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