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Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Video: Cree language expert Randy Morin teaches five Cree words

Randy Morin, a fluent Cree speaker from Big River First Nation, is a faculty member in the Department of Indigenous Studies

Video: Adam Beach on Rewriting the Hollywood Indian

Speaking on campus, the award-winning actor challenges representations of Indigenous people in film

Gail Appel Lecturer Adam Beach on the role of his life

The actor, producer and activist will present two free lectures on Oct. 2

Exhibition: Brenda Francis Pelkey: a retrospective

Jan 26, 2018 to Apr 20, 2018
Brenda Francis Pelkey's (MFA'94) photographic works create psychological meaning from experiences of public and private spaces.

Economics Networking and Alumni Mixer

Dec 4, 2017
Join the Department of Economics for a complimentary cocktail and appetizers

Channel Your Flannel Holiday Hangout

Nov 30, 2017
Join other U of S Alumni for a holiday mixer

Arts & Culture

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Movies that Matter: The Road Forward

Dec 13, 2017
A musical documentary by Marie Clements

Musical Tales

Nov 26, 2017
Presented by the Greystone Singers and University Chorus

MFA in Writing: Phoebe Wang

Nov 24, 2017
A reading by poet Phoebe Wang

Featured Courses & Programs

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Studying abroad in Iceland

Makenzie Correa ventured to Iceland and took Creative Leadership in the 21st Century at Bifröst University

Drafting a school of architecture

Plans continue to move forward for an architecture school housed in the College of Arts & Science

Studying abroad in France

How one student pushed himself to study in another country

Politics & Society

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U of S institutes, researchers awarded $5.5 million in federal funds

College of Arts & Science faculty and students are among the recipients of major funding from Western Economic Diversification Canada and SSHRC

Research on social impacts of oil sands projects severely lacking: report

Department of Archaeology & Anthropology researchers find major shortcomings in the process surrounding megaproject approvals

Science & Technology

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In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Akira Hirose

Akira Hirose, emeritus professor, Department of Physics and Engineering Physics has passed away

Calgary Herald: New study of wild horses launched

Paul Boyce, a PhD student in the Department of Biology, is collecting new data on Alberta's feral horse population

From prehistoric poop to dino skeletons

One of the most exciting fossils ever unearthed in Saskatchewan probably isn't what you would expect

Students & Campus Life

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Colloquium: Raiders of the Ark(ive): Coins in Collections of Curiosities

Nov 23, 2017
CMRS students share their adventures researching coins in collections in the UK

Geology students grab $10,000 prize in global competition

Team of Master of Science students takes second place for the Frank Arnott Award

CBC Future 40 winners

Five alumni/students recognized as leaders and change-makers

Voices & Opinion

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CBC News: Each SUNTEP Indigenous teaching grad boosts Sask. economy by $11M: report

A new report by Eric Howe (Department of Economics) shows grads of the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program are literally worth their weight in gold

Mein Trumpf: From the New Deal to The Art of the Deal, and On to the Abyss?

Ryerson Centre for Free Expression features blog article by Len Findlay (English)

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Cameco's gender diversity figures 'disappointing,' its vice president says

"I think we can do more," says alumna Alice Wong, Cameco senior vice-president and chief corporate officer