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Video: Adam Beach on Rewriting the Hollywood Indian

Speaking on campus, the award-winning actor challenges representations of Indigenous people in film

U of S Canada 150 Book Launch Series: A Hero for the Americas, The Legend of Gonzalo Guerrero

Nov 6, 2017
Robert Calder (professor emeritus, English) presents the first comprehensive investigation of this controversial 16th-century figure

Gail Appel Lecturer Adam Beach on the role of his life

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

Peering into the darkness

Two physics alumni publish articles in a world-renowned research journal devoted to astronomy and astrophysics

Alumna authors shortlisted for Governor General’s Awards

Lorna Crozier and Sharon Butala are finalists for prestigious Canadian literary prizes

Trevor Herriot wins the Kloppenberg Award for Literary Excellence

Trevor Herriot (BA'79) takes as his subject matter the land we live on and live off

Arts & Culture

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Movies that Matter: The Shining

Nov 13, 2017
Screening and discussion of the landmark 1980 horror film

St. Andrew's College Concert Series

Nov 5, 2017
Featuring John Stetch, Bonnie Nicholson, Dianne Gryba and Dean McNeill

The Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra presents Prairie Fire

Oct 29, 2017
Featuring Kelly Jefferson

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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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

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

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

CTV News: Mowat claims victory in Saskatoon Fairview

Vicki Mowat, executive assistant to the college's associate dean of Aboriginal affairs, wins Saskatoon byelection

Science & Technology

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The Green & White: Healthy tech ventures

From Saskatchewan to around the world, U of S graduates and researchers are changing the face of health with technology

Ingrid Pickering appointed acting vice-dean

Canada Research Chair takes on research, scholarly and artistic work portfolio

Andrew Grosvenor wins New Researcher Award

Solid-state chemistry expert receives U of S research honour

Students & Campus Life

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Those who can do, teach

Student Taylin Dosch spent a summer working in the Community-Engaged History Collaboratorium helping to decolonize the Western Development Museum

Vessey finds his key to success

For Colton Vessey, geology captured the spirit of sustainability he had always found enticing

Saskatoon StarPhoenix: Through the goldfish bowl

First Greystone play of the season aims for relatable comedy

Voices & Opinion

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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

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