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University of Saskatchewan: Student life on campus

An insider’s guide to the best place to live, campus food and more
The canoe (here being uncrated) was made in the 1970s near Otter Lake in north-central Saskatchewan (Courtesy of Rose Roberts)

A Cree family’s canoe is returned, after sitting in a University of Saskatchewan storage room for years

It was repatriated to the First Nations community whose members had built it nearly 50 years earlier
Little likes to work in the bustle of his family’s kitchen, which he says keeps him on track (Photograph by Carey Shaw)

Meet the University of Saskatchewan student behind Canada’s COVID-19 tracker

When the pandemic started, Noah Little created a website to keep track of rising case numbers. Today, it’s one of Canada’s most-viewed sources of COVID information.
University of Saskatchewan Thorvaldson building

University of Saskatchewan: student life on campus

An insider’s guide to the best hangover breakfast, place to study, and more
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University of Saskatchewan: student tips for surviving life on campus

The best bar, cheap lunch, place to nap and more
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These beagles on campus are cute, highly educational, and also cute

A pack of happy beagles help students get first-hand research experience
Former Nunavut Premier Paul Okalik

Arctic College is working to boost Inuktitut-speaking lawyers

A new partnership with the University of Saskatchewan will produce bilingual grads
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University of Saskatchewan 411: Where to find the best cheap lunch and more

A University of Saskatchewan insider’s perspective on campus life
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What it feels like to dance in a powwow

Experience the sights and sounds of the University of Saskatchewan graduation powwow, the annual event that honours graduating Aboriginal students from the U of S and high schools across the province. Outfitted in highly decorative and symbolic regalia, dancers and drummers compete for prizes at this special gathering.