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UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ALUMNI MAGAZINE Download the PDF    FALL 2018


 

 

 

 

 

Opening the door

When the crisis of cancer struck Amy Smith-Morris, she seized an opportunity—to give voice to the hopes and fears of women her age fighting the disease.

Code orange

The Humboldt Broncos bus accident rocked the hockey world and beyond. What role did alumni in the Saskatchewan Health Authority take in the face of the tragedy?

Agents of change

In Saskatchewan, women have always played a vital role in farming. For some immigrant women, this meant pulling the plow alongside their husbands and children.

For others, it meant a secondary role tending gardens, raising animals, cooking and feeding the male field workers and threshing crews.

A testament of strength

Heather Kuttai was only six years old when a car accident took away her ability to walk.

Preserving a place

USask alumni fight to keep Indigenous culture alive for the next generation.

A bold new plan

Universities are needed now more than they have ever been, and that is certainly true for the University of Saskatchewan.