Green & White - Winter 2008

Going Up? Alumni Help USST Push Limits of Space Travel

Going Up? Alumni Help USST Push Limits of Space Travel

By Kirk Sibbald
University of Saskatchewan Space Team (USST) members work in a world far ahead of their time, but it�s their connection with the past that pushes the students into the future.
Emmett Hall�s Family Legacy

Emmett Hall's Family Legacy

By Bev Fast
The Honourable Justice Emmett Hall, C.C., LLB'19, DCL'64 was one of Canada's most prominent jurists and civil libertarians. To Dr. John Hall Wedge, O.C., MD'69, BSc'73, the Hon. Madam Justice Catherine Wedge, LLB'80 and Dr. Charlotte Wedge, BSc'82, MD'87, he was simply grandfather.
All in the Family: Three Generations of U of S Pharmacists

All in the Family: Three Generations of U of S Pharmacists

By David Shield
For the last 80 years, three generations of pharmacists, all trained at the U of S, have presided over the small town pharmacy - in business since 1938 - located in Preeceville, Saskatchewan.
Meeting Place: Children of Engineering Alumni Follow in their Fathers� Footsteps

Meeting Place: Children of Engineering Alumni Follow in their Fathers' Footsteps

By Bev Fast
In the spring of 1975, three friends graduated from the U of S College of Engineering and set out to make their mark on the world.
Q&A with Gene Makowsky

Q&A with Gene Makowsky

Thirteen must be the lucky number for alumnus Gene Makowsky, BEd'97. As the longest serving active Roughrider, Makowsky finally got what he's been looking for - a Grey Cup ring in his 13th season. The Huskie football alum has finally caught his breath after the Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup win against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on November 25, 2007.