When Gabrielle Scrimshaw (BComm'10) held her nephew Ethan for the first time, hours after his birth in 2006, she was touched by an overwhelming feeling of love but also by a sudden resolve.
In 1962, the body of 23-year-old Alexandra Wiwcharuk was discovered by a young boy who had wandered into some trees by the South Saskatchewan River.
Glorie Tebbutt (MA'91, MEDUC'99) knows what it is like to be a post-secondary student living with mental illness.
Unexpected results can happen at any level of research, says James Till (BA’52, MA’54), and “it’s how they’re dealt with that matters.”
Former Canadian track and field Olympian Cyprian Enweani headlined the 2018 class of exceptional individuals inducted into the University of Saskatchewan Athletic Wall of Fame on Thursday night.
In what will be Saskatchewan’s first student-designed satellite mission, a University of Saskatchewan-led space design team has been chosen by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to design, build, launch and operate a small cube-shaped research satellite for launch by rocket in 2021.
Through his innovation, vision and generosity, alumnus Maurice Delage earned Saskatchewan’s highest distinction.
The University of Saskatchewan played a pivotal role in the life of Bob Calder (BA’63, MA’65), author, professor emeritus of English and one of Saskatchewan’s newest Order of Merit recipients.
Supporters of the Huskie Football Foundation's Dogs' Breakfast help fund scholarships for student-athletes like Ryan Breadner.
Neil Richards, community activist and U of S librarian, made it his life’s work to preserve and document the heritage of LGBTQ communities. On April 13, his legacy was remembered when it was announced he won a posthumous Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
The Sadownicks are what you might call a true blue Saskatchewan sports family.
When you take the time to look at the world a little differently, you may discover the next big thing.
A local chamber music festival created by two University of Saskatchewan alumni will celebrate its 10th anniversary in May.
Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy has announced the names of the six new recipients—two of whom are University of Saskatchewan alumni—to be invested into the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, the province's highest honour.
I would like to invite you to a vigil to be held tomorrow, Monday, April 9 at 3:30 p.m. in Convocation Hall in response to the tragic bus accident involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team. All are welcome.
University of Saskatchewan alumni are no strangers to volunteering. Quite the contrary, in fact.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies football coach Scott Flory (BE'99) has received Canada’s highest honour in the sport.
A team of young hockey stars recently ventured beyond the tarps and yellow tape at Merlis Belsher Place, currently under construction on the U of S campus.
On One Day for Students, we asked “how do you give?” and the U of S community showed us.
Telemiracle 42 earned more than $7 million on March 3 and 4, thanks in part to some contributions from members of the College of Agriculture and Bioresources.
Kurt Oatway’s spinal cord accident did not limit him from pursuing his dreams. Today, he is a decorated Paralympian.
Like many university graduates, Kevin Dunn only had a vague notion of where his career path might lead him—he had no idea that his U of S degree in geography would help land him one of the most coveted travel jobs in the province: the Saskatchewanderer.
How do you give? On March 14, that’s the question being asked during One Day for Students, when the campus and wider community come together in support of students.
Indigenous students looking to build a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are getting a boost from Husky Energy.