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People of the Plan: Uplifting Indigenization

The work of influential individuals like Dr. Marie Battiste (EdD) is helping make the University of Saskatchewan (USask) a national leader in Indigenization.

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Monopoly was designed 100 years ago to teach the dangers of capitalism

Have you played Monopoly lately? Or maybe snakes and ladders? These board games are examples of 100-year-old games that many still play today.

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Global studies program grows

An increasingly popular certificate program that encourages students to become more active and aware global citizens is expanding at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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Shooting cancer’s messenger: new USask therapy disrupts communication inside malignant cells

A new breast-cancer treatment which shoots the messenger within cancer cells and halts the growth of tumours is being developed at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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USask student bound for Ottawa after winning district Japanese speech contest

On March 2, College of Arts and Science student Peng Ma became the latest University of Saskatchewan (USask) competitor to win his category in the Alberta District Japanese Speech Contest held in Edmonton.

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‘Lost’ concerto by German music master and Mozart editor resurrected in Saskatoon

A treasure trove of musical scores written by a pivotal figure in 20th century German music has been resurrected from a Saskatoon basement.

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“These things live with us”: Arts and Science Book Club author Katherena Vermette on The Break

Katherena Vermette tried hard not to think of the “bigger picture” as she was writing The Break.