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Next month, students and others in Saskatoon plan to gather in an effort to break an unofficial world record while raising awareness about the importance of good sexual health practices. On Nov. 2, an event hosted by Sexual Health Centre Saskatoon,...
The health benefits of consuming omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids such as EPA and DHA are well established. The primary sources of these fatty acids in the human diet are through fish and seafood. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan...
I have been walking by this building for the last couple of weeks but it is a pain to photograph in late afternoon. The College of Medicine throws a long shadow and this was one of the few times I have been able to shoot the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student...
Masresha Tessema1, Tefera Belachew2,&, Getahun Ersino1,3 1Institute of Nutrition, Food Science and Technology, Department of Applied Human Nutrition, Hawassa University, Hawassa, Ethiopia, 2College of Public Health and Medical Sciences, Department of...
SASKATOON — Hundreds of angry students, staff and alumni of the University of Saskatchewan staged a noisy protest Tuesday, demanding the school’s president resign amid a controversy over budget cuts and the firing of a professor who was later...
SOCRATES is an international, multi-disciplinary, refereed and indexed scholarly hybrid open-access journal. This journal appears ...
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Every September, Statistics Canada issues its annual report on tuition rates. The report, released on Sept. 7, gives an overview of average combined tuition and student fees for undergraduate and grad...
News and stories from the University of Saskatchewan
On Jan. 30, U of S alumnus Frederick Mulder (BA’64) announced his donation of six prints by Pablo Picasso to the University of Saskatchewan’s art collection.