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.
Not everyone is as lucky as Daniel Olver.
Though Kathleen McGuire’s (BSHEC’69) wandering career path took her around the world the past 40 years, it recently led her back to the U of S campus where it all began.
Members of the media received a sneak-peek tour Tuesday of how the state-of-the-art Merlis Belsher Place facility is coming along, with construction now 50 per cent complete and on track to open the doors this fall.
What do hockey and business have in common? For Kelsey Hahn (BComm’12), they both build character
It’s been said there’s nothing worse than finishing fourth at the Olympics.
Huskie Athletics and the University of Saskatchewan are saddened by the loss of track and field coach emeritus Lyle Sanderson (BAPE’63, M.Sc.’69).
Turn back time to 1983, when Willie Desjardins was captain of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies hockey team coached by living legend Dave King, a team that went on to win the national championship.
Not all Olympic stories happen on the rink, track or hill. For one U of S alumni, his journey to Pyeongchang, South Korea this month will include packing his notebook, microphone and a sharp journalistic passion to keep us up to date on Canadian athletes and their stories.
Leah Taylor (BFA’04) is the recipient of a 2018 fellowship at the Banff International Curatorial Institute.
Scott Moe (BSA’97) has been elected to replace Brad Wall as leader of the Saskatchewan Party.
Dr. George Fedak (BSA’63, MCS’65) research scientist at Agriculture Canada, has been awarded the Vernadskyi Gold Medal by Ukraine's Academy of Sciences for his outstanding achievements in the field of natural, technical and socio-human sciences genetics and selection of agricultural plants.
Former U of S chancellor, Tom Molloy, has been appointed as lieutenant governor general of Saskatchewan.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has committed $100,000 towards the construction of the Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) – a world-class facility that will unite livestock and forage research, and allow for enhanced teaching and outreach.
Although there was a team as early as 1910, University of Saskatchewan hockey was first played on campus on natural ice in late 1929, within what was originally called the ice drome.
Two U of S alumni have received one of the country’s highest civilian honours by being appointed to the Order of Canada.
When Catherine Blackburn (BFA’07) enrolled in the Studio Art program at the University of Saskatchewan, she had never taken a formal art class.
Sociologist Elizabeth Quinlan has received a national award recognizing her work promoting equality and justice.
After a day of classes on campus and working at his father’s company, Aaron Loraas (BA’01) would often lace up his skates and join friends for a game of hockey at Rutherford Rink.