Spring 2015
University of Saskatchewan Alumni Magaizine
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Stargazer
Amateur astronomer and dark-sky activist Richard Huziak wants to give the world the stars.
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Taking space by storm
Kathryn McWilliams and her team at the ISAS study space weather that gives us the captivating northern lights.
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Can you hear me now?
A Saskatoon firm leads the way in satellite and deep space communications.
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Indigenous spaces, Indigenous places
How can you be more connected to the Indigenous spaces around you?
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Fly me to the moon
A U of S alumnus worked on guidance and control systems that woule help make “one giant leap” possible.
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Farley Mowat
A Canadian icon is immortalilzed in campus art
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Urban planning in the Land of Living Skies
Density and walkability are changing how we view our wide open spaces.
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I’m a mechanical engineer, not a doctor!
Medical scanning devices in outer space may be closer than you think.
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Departments

Editor's Note

Place Riel Student Centre is just one example of how campus has changed since my days as a student.

President's Message

Our campus space has changed a lot in 108 years, but our commitment to learning and discovery remains the same.

Remember When

Over 85 years of watching the night sky: A brief history of the U of S observatory

On Campus

Campus construction updates, new board chair, medical isotope projects reach milestones, presidential search update, and more.

Alumnews

USSU Alumni Excellence Award recipient, share your U of S ghost stories, message from the Alumni Association president, and more.

Class Notes

What have your classmates been up to?

In Memoriam

The Alumni Association has noted, with sorrow, the passing of our alumni and friends.

Marketplace