Dentistry a lifelong passion

You might not expect it from the University of Saskatchewan’s new dean in the College of Dentistry, but crooked teeth had a big impact on Dr. Doug Brothwell’s childhood self-esteem.

New donor-funded dentistry clinic open for business

The campus community has a new reason to smile, as Clinic 120—the College of Dentistry’s new general practice residency clinic—is officially open.

Tackling interactive identity

The topic of diversity and identity in video games is an important one—the digital media that we surround ourselves with affects our behaviour, emotions and sense of self.

Alum’s journey comes full circle

When Melanie Wilkinson moved from small-town Saskatchewan to a teaching job in New York City, she expected a certain amount of complications as she settled into her new surroundings.

The sky’s the limit for rocket science students

Liam Gray gazed in awe as his rocket shot skyward, its propulsion system stretching its reach to nearly 10 kilometres above Norway’s coast.

Radiation therapy buys time for beloved husky

When Scott Vosper brought his Siberian husky Koda in to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) Veterinary Medical Centre for radiation treatment in February 2017, he knew he was only buying his much-loved companion some extra time.

Funding announced for Indigenous activities

The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is pleased to announce the new Indigenous Activity Fund to provide financial resources for activities to increase Indigenous representation and involvement through the weaving of Indigenous knowledges and practices within the college.