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Tue, Mar 5 11:00 am Writing Help with Maria at the ASC Maria from the Writing Help is available to help students with their writing needs from outlines to finished papers. It is a drop in sessions, no appointment needed!

Stop by the ASC to ...
ASC (110 Marquis Hall)
Wed, Mar 6 12:00 pm Creative Native Hour at the ASC All Aboriginal students are invited to join the ASC's Cultural Coordinator Bob Badger as he leads workshops on traditional crafts. No skill required! All materials and supplies will be provided. Tea and cookies will ... Aboriginal Students' Centre (110 Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Dr.)
Thu, Mar 7 1:00 pm Writing Help with Maria Aboriginal Students' Centre
Thu, Mar 7 1:00 pm ASC Sweatlodge Yarrow Youth Lodge
Mon, Mar 11 10:00 am Aboriginal Women in Leadership Panel The Aboriginal and Indigenous Graduate Student Council (AIGSC) will host a panel presentation on Aboriginal Women in Leadership. Panelists include: Kim Jonathan, Vice Chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations; Jennifer ... Graduate Commons
Mon, Mar 11 12:00 pm Signing Ceremony with The Office of the Treaty Commissioner At this signing ceremony the Office of the Treaty Commissioner and the University of Saskatchewan will renew a partnership, with new stakeholders such as the Department of Native Studies and the Indigenous Students Council%2... Place Riel
Mon, Mar 11 1:30 pm Love Stories for Mother Earth: Artistic Responses to Idle No More The College of Arts and Science and the Indigenous Students' Council presents a series of discussions to promote a greater understanding of the issues behind the Idle No More movement. Presenters include Marjorie Beaucage, ... Neatby-Timlin Theatre
Mon, Mar 11 3:00 pm Cooking Class with Student Health Please join Student Health, the ASC, and CHEP as we work together to help students eat healthier and learn to cook!

Lisa Langan, our ASC Ambassador, leads a cooking class 6 ...
Multi-Purpose Room ( 2nd Floor Place Riel)
Mon, Mar 11 3:00 pm Baking Bannock with Bob Badger Bob Badger, ASC Cultural Coordinator, will teach participants how to prepare and cook healthy traditional Aboriginal foods. This event is supported by Student Health Services, the Aboriginal Students' Centre and CHEP (Child ... Marquis Hall
Mon, Mar 11 6:00 pm CHEP Food Bingp Learn about the services offered by CHEP (Child Hunger and Education Program) while playing bingo and winning great (food) prizes. Bingo dabbers will be supplied!

This event is supported by the Aboriginal Students' Centre ...
Room 263, Arts Building
Tue, Mar 12 10:00 am Jigging and Fiddling Workshop Listen to live fiddling music and learn Métis jigging. Refreshments will be provided.

This event is supported by the Aboriginal Students' Centre and the SUNTEP Student Council.
Education Student Lounge, Education Building
Tue, Mar 12 10:00 am Reconciliation Discussion with OTC A roundtable discussion on reconciliation with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner as they will discuss reconciliation as an ongoing process, a new beginning and a bridge to enlighten our province of the greater ... Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber
Tue, Mar 12 11:00 am Writing Help with Maria at the ASC Maria from the Writing Help is available to help students with their writing needs from outlines to finished papers. It is a drop in sessions, no appointment needed!

Stop by the ASC to ...
ASC (110 Marquis Hall)
Tue, Mar 12 11:00 am Aboriginal Graduate Presentation and Lunch Current Aboriginal graduate students will explain how graduate school helped them achieve their goals. Presenters will highlight a few U of S graduate programs and will be available to answer questions.

The Panel Presenters ...
Graduate Commons
Tue, Mar 12 11:30 am Flag Raising Ceremony The Treaty 6 flag was gifted to Ilene Busch-Vishniac, U of S president and vice-chancellor, in November 2012 by Onion Lake Chief Wallace Fox. At 11:30 am, a smudging ceremony will take place outside ... Atrium, Agriculture Building
Tue, Mar 12 12:00 pm Pizza and a Chat with the College of Agriculture and Bioresources At this free pizza lunch, speakers will discuss the opportunities for Aboriginal students in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. Students currently studying in the college will speak about their experiences in the college. %0... Room 1E80, Agriculture Building
Tue, Mar 12 1:00 pm Walking Together: Students Share Stories of their Educational Journeys A panel of first-generation Canadian students, international students, and Aboriginal students will share their educational success stories and the paths they took to get here.

This event is supported by the College ...
Room 146, Arts Building
Tue, Mar 12 2:30 pm Two-Spirited: Our Aboriginal Identities and Queer Identities Afternoon activities will examine the intersectionality of Aboriginal identities and queer identities and how these reflect or inspire Two-Spirited artists. The USSU Pride Centre will present two short films from internationally acclaimed artist, Kent ... Room 146, Arts Building
Wed, Mar 13 10:00 am Significance of the Drum Workshop The Gwenna Moss Centre and the Aboriginal Students' Centre will host an interactive workshop to discuss the significance and importance of the drum. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Workshop attendees will:
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Education Student Lounge, Education Building
Wed, Mar 13 12:00 pm ASC Soup and Bannock All new and returning U of S Aboriginal students are invited to join the staff of the ASC for Soup and Bannock. Please bring your own bowl and spoon (we would like to be more ... Aboriginal Students' Centre (110 Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Dr.)
Wed, Mar 13 12:00 pm Native Spirituality 101 (and Soup & Bannock) Join Elders Walter and Maria Linklater for soup and bannock at the Aboriginal Students' Centre. During lunch the Elders will speak about Native spirituality. Aboriginal Students' Centre
Wed, Mar 13 1:30 pm USSU Speaker Series: Joseph Boyden The University of Saskatchewan Students Union & St. Thomas More College invites you to join Canadian novelist and short story writer, Joseph Boyden for a presentation on native literature with questions and answers to follow. ... Room 241, Arts Building
Wed, Mar 13 3:00 pm Aboriginal Symbols: What makes sense for the U of S? A discussion with Aboriginal students
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Aboriginal Students' Centre
Wed, Mar 13 6:00 pm Aboriginal Arts Festival U of S Aboriginal student achievements in the areas of visual, performance, and literary art will be celebrated and showcased. Performers include, Ryan McMahon and Joseph Boyden.

Tickets will be available ...
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Thu, Mar 14 10:00 am Conversational Cree Workshop Join us as we learn different words from the Cree culture, all levels welcome as this will be an informal workshop for beginners to experts! Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber
Thu, Mar 14 11:30 am Dispelling the Myths Panel A panel discussion on the myths commonly associated with Treaties and Aboriginal People. This panel is open to everyone and will be a safe environment to ask questions both in person and anonymously to a ... Convocation Hall
Thu, Mar 14 1:00 pm USSU Speaker Series Speakers will discuss the theme 'honouring our treaties'. The series is hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU).

For a current list of speakers, email annie.battiste@usask.ca.
Convocation Hall
Thu, Mar 14 3:00 pm Aboriginal Symbols: What makes sense for the U of S? A discussion with Aboriginal students Aboriginal Students' Centre
Thu, Mar 14 6:00 pm ISC Banquet The Indigenous Students' Council (ISC) is honoured to celebrate the achievement of students from different colleges and departments. This year's event will be at the Dakota Dunes Banquet Hall with cocktails starting at 6:00 ... Dakota Dunes Casino
Fri, Mar 15 9:00 am Aboriginal Symposium: Taking Stock Taking Stock is a symposium being held on the University of Saskatchewan campus to celebrate concrete achievements related to the Aboriginal Framework and to raise awareness across campus of current Aboriginal initiatives and to celebrate ... Education Gym
Fri, Mar 15 10:00 am Unpacking the Past, Engaging the Present and Building Towards an Anti-Oppressive Future Conference The Student Teachers' Anti-Racism Society (STARS) is pleased to offer a conference advancing the theory and practice of anti-racist/anti-oppressive education. Drawing on insight and expertise from a range of experienced anti-oppressive practitioners, the ... Room 1004, Education Building
Fri, Mar 15 11:30 am Aboriginal Pre-Health/Health Science Role Model Session This session is specifically for Aboriginal high school, undergraduate and health science students who are interested in an education and/or career in health or science disciplines. Role models will be available to offer ... Lower MUMPS, Health Science
Fri, Mar 15 6:00 pm ITEP Annual Round Dance The ITEP Student Council, in partnership with the Aboriginal Symposium Project, is hosting a roundance to celebrate the Indian Teachers Education Program's 40th Anniversary. The feast will take place at White Buffalo ... Education Gym
Tue, Mar 19 11:00 am Writing Help with Maria at the ASC Maria from the Writing Help is available to help students with their writing needs from outlines to finished papers. It is a drop in sessions, no appointment needed!

Stop by the ASC to ...
ASC (110 Marquis Hall)
Wed, Mar 20 12:00 pm Creative Native Hour at the ASC All Aboriginal students are invited to join the ASC's Cultural Coordinator Bob Badger as he leads workshops on traditional crafts. No skill required! All materials and supplies will be provided. Tea and cookies will ... Aboriginal Students' Centre (110 Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Dr.)
Mon, Mar 25 3:00 pm Cooking Class with Student Health Please join Student Health, the ASC, and CHEP as we work together to help students eat healthier and learn to cook!

Lisa Langan, our ASC Ambassador, leads a cooking class 6 ...
Multi-Purpose Room ( 2nd Floor Place Riel)
Tue, Mar 26 11:00 am Writing Help with Maria at the ASC Maria from the Writing Help is available to help students with their writing needs from outlines to finished papers. It is a drop in sessions, no appointment needed!

Stop by the ASC to ...
ASC (110 Marquis Hall)
Wed, Mar 27 12:00 pm ASC Soup and Bannock All new and returning U of S Aboriginal students are invited to join the staff of the ASC for Soup and Bannock. Please bring your own bowl and spoon (we would like to be more ... Aboriginal Students' Centre (110 Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Dr.)
Thu, Mar 28 4:00 pm Pride Sweatlodge Yarrow Youth Lodge