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Living Language Wall: The Unveiling

Mar 21, 2018
Join the College of Arts & Science and artist April Doepker for the unveiling of Kaskihowin

'We can write it better': Theatre has role to play in reconciliation, says director

Yvette Nolan believes theatre is “the perfect place” to explore relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people

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

Global News: Royal Canadian Navy ship named after Saskatchewan war hero

One of the Royal Canadian Navy‘s newest offshore patrol ships will bear the name of war hero Margaret Brooke

Saskatoon Express: Instagram post leads to big opportunity for local artist

Work by painter Steph Krawchuk (BFA'06) was included in an exhibition in New York City

CBC News: Veteran Saskatoon stuntman wants to spread knowledge to budding artists

Daniel Ford Beavis (BFA'00) will share his knowledge at a workshop

Arts & Culture

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Home is a Beautiful Word: A Talk by Joel Bernbaum

Apr 5, 2018
Join Joel Bernbaum, the founding director of Sum Theatre, for an informal artist's talk

Playing to learn and translating history

Benjamin Hoy examines historical portrayals of Indigenous people in board games and the use of games as a tool for teaching

U of S Concert Band Final Semester Concert

Mar 29, 2018
The event will feature traditional and new works for concert band

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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7 Nights of History: #MeToo: Pocahontas and the Long History of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Mar 21, 2018
The darker details of settler colonial culture and an alternative version of the Pocahontas story

Economic Speaker Series: Free lecture

Mar 23, 2018
Christian Scharrer will discuss defined pension benefits vs. defined contribution rates

College of Arts & Science alumnus finalist for 2018 Canada Prize

Adam Montgomery's book explores psychological trauma in the Canadian military

Science & Technology

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From South America to Saskatoon

She hasn’t even officially started her own career yet, but Mayra Samaniego is already working on two different continents to inspire the next generation of young women in the field of computer science

Social media's incorrect astronomy assertions

Apr 4, 2018
Why critical thinking and facts are important in the 21st century

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Search for habitable worlds about more than planet placement

U of S lecturer Stan Shadick speaks about his March 8 talk on exoplanets

Students & Campus Life

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Statement from the College of Arts & Science on Reconciliation, Decolonization and Indigenization at the University of Saskatchewan

The College of Arts & Science is publicly reaffirming its commitment to reconciliation efforts and to supporting Indigenous students

Touchscreen menu innovation faster, simpler

In a world where people learn how to use iPads before they learn to walk, finding simpler ways to interact with touch devices is a must

Hope, shipped to your door

Third-year women and gender studies student Shawn Clouthier created Courage Box, a subscription service to support mental health

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