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Gail Appel Lecturer Adam Beach on the role of his life

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

Rise of the Morning Star

Artist Kevin Pee-ace talks about his new painting hanging above the Arts Building ramp

Keith Carlson appointed to the College of New Scholars, Artists, and Scientists of Royal Society of Canada

Those named represent the emerging generation of scholarly, scientific and artistic leadership in Canada

Hubble News: Hubble observes pitch black planet

In research led by Taylor Bell (BSc'16), astronomers discover that a well-studied exoplanet reflects almost no light

Galleries West: Xiao Han's Remembrance of (Racist) Things Past

In new her photographic installation, Xiao Han (MFA'16) is actor in film stills for movies that haven’t been made

Alumni Association Achievement Award recipients announced

Jeff Norris (BA’97) and Max FineDay (BA’15) to be honored at 2017 gala

Arts & Culture

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Book launch: The Faces of Fear & La cola del cerdo

Sep 29, 2017
An evening of poetry and music with Julio Torres-Recinos and Rodolfo Pino-Robles

Greystone Theatre presents: Girl in the Goldfish Bowl

Oct 11, 2017 to Oct 21, 2017
Girl in the Goldfish Bowl is a satirical comedy that depicts a philosophical journey of a young girl trying to grow up in an unstable environment.

Literature Matters: Sensibility and Similitude: The Power of Animal Stories

Oct 18, 2017
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a bat?

Featured Courses & Programs

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Examining pop culture and cinema in Japan

Izumi Krasznai covers the gamut of Japanese cultural icons in her second-year class

Exploring Canadian identity through its music

Is there such a think as a Canadian sound? A new course examines what it means to be Canadian through its musical culture

September elective: Doukhobor Culture in Canada

New elective provides overview of Canadian Doukhobor culture

Politics & Society

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The Health of People with Disease: The point of view of health psychology

Sep 28, 2017
How to promote the health and quality of life of people with a chronic disease/condition

7 Nights of History: Was there an Industrial Revolution?

Sep 20, 2017
Join environmental historian Jim Clifford at the Hose and Hydrant as he looks at the many answers to this question

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Through a compassionate lens: Tasha Hubbard highlights systemic injustices

Filmmaker Tasha Hubbard (English) has lived many places and told many stories

Science & Technology

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Community-Based Observation Laboratory Grand Opening

Oct 3, 2017
Join the SSRL for the grand opening of the Community-Based Observation Laboratory

U of S researchers awarded $10.7M by NSERC

Faculty, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows awarded $10.7 million for fundamental research projects

From down under to the brightest light in Canada

Mark Boland begins a new dual role this week: machine director at the Canadian Light Source and associate professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics

Students & Campus Life

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The 1Day Contest

Sep 20, 2017
A 24-hour Instagram challenge for arts & science students

Museum of Antiquities presents Medieval Market and Faire

Sep 30, 2017
Take a trip to the Middle Ages—don't forget your sword!

Prime minister meets with students

Indigenous students speak to Justin Trudeau about their experiences coming to university

Voices & Opinion

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Philosophy in the Community: What's so great about modesty?

Oct 6, 2017
Philosophical thinking, reading and analysis is part of the life well-lived

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