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College of Arts & Science students receive Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

More than a dozen students in the College of Arts & Science have been honoured with Indigenous Student Achievement Awards

Participatory art project celebrates Indigenous languages

A mural celebrating Indigenous languages attracted and engaged students, faculty and staff during Indigenous Achievement Week.

Leigh Thomas dances his way to success

Meet a third-year Regional and Urban Planning Program student who is being recognized for academic excellence

Photographer Sandra Semchuk receives Governor General’s Award

Photographer Sandra Semchuk (BFA'70) is one of the 2018 winners of the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts

Alumni included on Saskatchewan Book Awards shortlist

College of Arts & Science alumni have been included on the shortlist for the 25th Saskatchewan Book Awards

Artist Adrian Stimson receives Governor General’s Award

Adrian Stimson (MFA’06) is one of the 2018 winners of the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts

Arts & Culture

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University of Saskatchewan Wind Orchestra: Let the Trumpets Sounds

Mar 17, 2018
Featuring award-winning artist Bobby Shew and the music of Bourgeois,Harmon, Reed and Persichetti.

Greystone Theatre: Spirit Wrestler

Mar 21, 2018 to Mar 31, 2018
Written by 2018 Alumni of Influence recipient Greg Nelson

Alumna to be Banff Centre curator-in-residence

Leah Taylor (BFA'04), associate curator at the U of S, is the recipient of a 2018 visiting fellowship

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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CBC News: The psychology behind bad restaurant patron behaviour

People fall into 3 contingents when it comes to demeaning and disrespectful behaviour, psychology professor says

CBC News: U of S prof says true justice will require change in power balance

Indigenous Studies assistant professor Damien Lee said it will take more than changes to the jury system

Rolling Stone: Lack of diversity in games has same impact as racism on minority players, researcher says

Department of Computer Science researcher Cale Passmore polled Americans to gauge the effects of a lack of diversity in video games

Science & Technology

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Country Guide: Cloud farming

The power of deep learning will unlock much of agriculture’s future, thanks to enormous potential of ‘The Cloud’

The science of squirrels

The first time Andrea Wishart held a baby squirrel, she knew then she wanted to better understand the furry little creatures

Part of ozone layer still shrinking

A study co-authored by U of S scientists shows a mysterious decrease in ozone over highly populated areas

Students & Campus Life

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Women’s and gender studies class project sparks conversations about fast fashion

A small art installation at the top of the Arts Building ramp is generating a lot of interest and questions from passersby

Sibling sensations help Huskies

Arts & science student Alex Forsberg and his brother, Jesse, are hockey players helping the Huskies pursue a national title

College of Arts & Science students visit Japan through the Kakehashi Project

Two College of Arts & Science students were immersed in Japanese culture during an eight-day trip in January

Voices & Opinion

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The Conversation: The magic of love and sex

Love songs, sex tips and medieval magic all have one thing in common, argues Frank Klaassen (Department of History)

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Why the Gerald Stanley trial matters

Alumna Brenda Macdougall (BA'94, PhD'05) and Indigenous Studies faculty members discuss the historic Saskatchewan trial

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