Planting seeds for the future

Chief Darcy Bear (BUSADM’09, DDL’14) leads the Whitecap Dakota First Nation into prosperity.

Sustainability, at your fingertips

Pela phone cases are one of the only cases in the world that are compostable. The innovative invention came from USask’s own Jeremy Lang (BSA’00), a graduate who has a thirst for p...

The mental health champion

Fang-Chai (Jackie) Cheng (MEDU’15) cares about providing mental health services for all.

A piece of USask for Calgary alumni

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Calgary Hub is designed to be an innovative gathering space for Calgary alumni and community members.

Returning to their roots

Katie and Aaron Suek are restoring 71 acres of their property into its natural state.

Always ready, always prepared

COVID-19 won’t get in the way of celebrating Remembrance Day for USask grad

We remember

The University of Saskatchewan’s war memorials are a daily reminder of our campus connection to Canadian veterans.

A life for a child

Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth a role of a lifetime for Lisa Broda

Lending a hand to her canine companions

Leah Arcand works tirelessly to advocate for free-roaming dogs.

The unintentional influencer

At a time when the world was saturated with misinformation, a USask alumna took it upon herself to set the record straight.

Five questions with Anthony Bidulka

Anthony Bidulka (BA’83, BEd’91, BComm’91) brings his vast and varied expertise to the USask Alumni Advisory Board. We sat down with the board’s newest member to ask him a little ab...

Paying it forward

Even as a child, Dr. Adeola Olubamiji (PhD’17) saw her future in physics. Now she’s guiding others to reach their academic goals.

USask alumni-owned company successful amidst pandemic

Over the course of COVID-19, we’ve been sharing stories of USask alumni who are persevering. USask alumni-owned Parkerview Brews recently expanded their products into conventio...

Real Talk

Tina Varughese (BA’90, BComm’93) has made a career making people comfortable getting uncomfortable.

Ann Cook was ready for the virtual classroom

While people around the world were rocked when COVID-19 took over our lives this year, Ann Cook (BSc’88, BEd’89, MEduc’09) was already in her comfort zone.

USask grad works to bring better PPE to province

When the coronavirus pandemic hit Saskatchewan, Jason Tratch (BSC’95, BSA’98) knew he had to move quickly.

FIVE questions with Chris Unsworth

There are some aspects of Chris Unworth’s (DIPAGB'12) background that still resonate today.

Exceeding the need

Danno Peters (BE’19) put his skills to the ultimate test by developing ear savers and face shields for frontline workers.

The sweet taste of success

Murad Al-Katib (BComm’94) took his USask degree to the world stage

From microbiology to making

Oneiro owner talks creativity and pursuing your passions

Finding her voice

Ex-Huskie Adrianne Vangool (BSKI'08, MPT'10) relied on her experience as a student-athlete to get her through her most trying times as a business owner.

Navigating the new

When Suellen Beatty (BSN’78,MSC’87) and her senior team shut the doors to Saskatoon’s Sherbrooke Community Care Centre and Central Haven Special Care Home on March 15, 2020, she ha...

The funny guy

Kelly Taylor (BEd’04) won’t let a pandemic disrupt the inroads he’s made in the comedy world.

Saving smiles one tooth at a time

USask-trained dentist takes his training and his tools to Central and South America