Canadian Art: Joi T. Arcand

In her exhibition on the USask campus, artist and alumna Joi T. Arcand shares her childhood dreams and heroes

Amanda Guthrie: Finding your way

Amanda Guthrie (BA'16) has a long history with the University of Saskatchewan

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Senator Andreychuk retiring after 26 years

Saskatchewan Senator A. Raynell Andreychuk (BA'66, LLB'67) was named one of the College of Arts and Science's Alumni of Influence in 2009

Arts & Culture

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POP LUCK

Aug 24, 2019
POP LUCK features 10 visual artists who are long-standing participants of Saskatoon’s art community with significant exhibition records

Literature Matters

Nov 20, 2019
The title of this community lecture is "A Writer's Life"

Concert and David L. Kaplan Bust Dedication

Sep 13, 2019
A free evening of music in celebration of Dr. David L. Kaplan (PhD)

College Vision

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USask Against Racism

Sep 18, 2019
Join members of the USask community to rock against racism during an all-ages concert at Louis' Pub

CFI awards USask researchers $1.3M for new tools to advance health, environment and the economy

Four College of Arts and Science researchers are among the funding recipients

Quantum centre crosses disciplinary boundaries

The Centre for Quantum Topology and its Applications (quanTA) received approval from University Council in May and is now in operation

Indigenous

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CBC News: Program makes science and math fun and relevant for Indigenous youth

The Nutrien Kamskénow program is making science fun and culturally relevant for young students in more than 50 classrooms around Saskatoon

Indigenous-led research centre to address HIV among First Nations, Inuit and Métis

Dr. Michelle Johnson-Jennings (PhD) of the Department of Indigenous Studies is part of the new $2.9-million research centre

USask-led northern energy planning project awarded $2.5 million by SSHRC

Imagine that your family lives on less than $1,600 a month and the power bill takes up half that money

Politics & Society

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Philosophy in the Community

Dec 13, 2019
The title of this community lecture is "Police Street Checks as a Roadblock to a Free and Inclusive Saskatchewan"

Philosophy in the Community

Nov 8, 2019
The title of this community lecture is "Buddhist Reflections on Forgiveness"

Philosophy in the Community

Oct 11, 2019
The title of this community lecture is "A Defense of Belief Without Evidence"

Science & Technology

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Philosophy in the Community

Sep 13, 2019
The title of this community lecture is "Affective Computing: The Last Frontier of Privacy?"

Astronomy Night 2019

Sep 28, 2019
Come see the wonders of the universe through the telescopes at the Sleaford Observatory

Space: Final frontier for USask students

Four USask graduate students were part of an international team that launched a research balloon 30 kilometres into near space

Students & Campus Life

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Welcome Back Breakfast

Sep 17, 2019
Join Dean Peta Bonham-Smith for a free pancake breakfast to kick off the new fall term

Meet the Best and Brightest: Sharon Jacob

Sharon Jacob, who is entering the College of Arts and Science, has been awarded a scholarship worth $40,000 over four years

Schulich Leader scholars ready for next chapter

Morgan Beattie, who is entering the College of Arts and Science this fall, will receive $80,000 in scholarship funding over four years

Voices & Opinion

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CBC Saskatoon: U of S archeology grad thinks more Indigenous people in the field can help ease tensions

Considering protocol, tradition can improve relationship between Indigenous people, archeologists, says Lillanohna Natyowhowcon

CBC Saskatchewan: Majority of residents say Sask. is becoming more welcoming to LGBTQ community: poll

The poll was conducted by the University of Saskatchewan's Social Science Research Laboratory and commissioned by CBC

The Conversation: Canada: Is it really a country divided?

Canada has had some success protecting cultural and linguistic diversity, says a new article co-authored by a USask political studies professor