Saskatchewan drive-in closure sparks council controversy

The Manitou Beach drive-in, a community staple, most likely won’t be running this summer.  Every summer for the last 65 years, the line for the drive-in begins two hours before the film even begins, with cars lined all the way to the highway. As the […]

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Student election causing controversies

Three potential election candidates claim unfair electoral practices are keeping them from making much needed changes to the University of Regina Students’ Union. Former candidate for Vice President of Student Affairs, Josiah Dondo felt as though he needed to withdraw due to alarming issues amongst […]

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Six years after new track, kart club still well-kept secret

Dave Oryschak says that in eight years of go-karting at South Sask. Kart Club, he has never seen anyone seriously injured. “I’d say if you looked at the statistics injury-wise, I would be very safe to say it’s much safer than even hockey or soccer, […]

Posted on 1 year ago

U of R’s Faculty of Arts close to a breaking point says professor

A university professors dire predictions for the faculty of Arts are not a certainty, according to the dean. Due to financial difficulties, a three-year plan of cuts has been made, which is based on enrolment targets. If those targets are not met, cuts could be […]

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