Students & Campus Life

College of Arts and Science advisor, teachers, students win USSU awards

USSU Excellence Award winners are chosen by students

Indigenous students at College of Arts and Science recognized for achievements

The Indigenous Student Achievement Awards recognize Indigenous students at USask for their achievements including academic, community engagement, leadership, research, resiliency

College of Arts and Science students mark milestones at annual Pinning Ceremony

Pins signify academic achievement and progress toward an Arts and Science degree

USask PhD student researches and creates comics

Jasmine Redford is a comic book illustrator and a PhD student in English

Reclaiming Indigenous voices through found poetry

The Fried Bannock Project is a found poetry creation project hosted by ISAP from March 6-10 in celebration of Indigenous Achievement Week 2023

USask Symphony Orchestra: Season Finale

A concert filled with joy and exuberance

Three tips on how to thrive as an international student at USask

In this blog, first-year undergraduate biology student Doreen Patel gives some advice on how to thrive as an international student

The 2021/22 Dean’s Honour List

Celebrating the academic achievements of College of Arts and Science students

Two USask students headed to Montréal for final round of McCall MacBain Scholarships

USask political studies student Julia Morelli and engineering physics student Minh Au are finalists for the first global cohort of the scholarships

'We wrote that play, together': USask research paints picture of lived experiences of Iranian women

Haleh Mir Miri has experienced firsthand the oppression that women can be subjected to under extremist Islamic rule

A story of fire and ice: USask research studies how wildfires impact glacier melt

Department of Geography and Planning PhD candidate Caroline Aubry-Wake studied the impact of wildfires on the Athabasca Glacier

The top 10 stories of 2022

The College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories of the year