The places you’ll go

Like many university graduates, Kevin Dunn only had a vague notion of where his career path might lead him—he had no idea that his U of S degree in geography would help land him one of the most coveted travel jobs in the province: the Saskatchewanderer.

Golden boy

Kurt Oatway’s spinal cord accident did not limit him from pursuing his dreams. Today, he is a decorated Paralympian.

Laycock continues curling success at U of S

Steve Laycock is back basking in the glow of the national sports spotlight, continuing the University of Saskatchewan’s rich history of championship curling connections.

Global grad student support grows

From sunny South America to the frosty Canadian prairies, Bruna Maria Remonato Franco’s academic journey was sparked by her dedication to animal welfare.

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.

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

Theatre is “the perfect place” to explore relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, says an internationally acclaimed playwright, dramaturge and director.

Chef James amazes at top Canadian culinary championships

Executive Chef James McFarland, Executive Sous Chef Ahmed Mohammed and Sous Chef Douglas Mark, competed in the country's top culinary competition this past weekend, Gold Medal Plates and Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna, BC.