Winter 2009 Green & White
Two Paths to Parliament Hill

Two Paths to Parliament Hill

By Stephen Johnson
In the 2008 federal election, six U of S alumni were elected Members of Parliament. Ralph Goodale (BA'71, LLB'72) and Ray Boughen (BEd'67) share how their experiences as students and connections to the university continue to play a role in their lives as public servants.
Shaping the Future of Public Policy

Shaping the Future of Public Policy

By Mark Ferguson
Founding faculty member and U of S alumna, Heather Heavin (LLB'96), explains how the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is forming tomorrow's public policy leaders.
Political Science: The amazing career path of Senator Lillian Dyck

Political Science: The Amazing Career Path of Senator Lillian Dyck

By Jeff Drake
The University of Saskatchewan is like a second home to Lillian Dyck (BA (Hon)'68, MA'70, PhD'81); an accomplished neurochemist, professor, youth and aboriginal advocate, and senator.
On the Frontlines of Democracy

On the Frontlines of Democracy

By Bev Fast
Dean of the College of Law Brent Cotter (BComm'71) and Professor Emeritus Doug Schmeiser (LLB'56) travel the globe forging democratic values and drafting constitutions.
Full Circle: Roy Romanow Returns to His Roots

Full Circle: Roy Romanow Returns to His Roots

By Kirk Sibbald
Five former USSU presidents currently work on campus at the U of S. Arguably the most notable and recognizable, Roy Romanow (BA'60, LLB'64), links his roots as USSU president to his storied political career and his return to the U of S.
Q&A with Dr. Gordon Barnhart

Q&A with Dr. Gordon Barnhart

Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, His Honour the Honourable Dr. Gordon Barnhart (BA'67, PhD'98), reminisces of his time on campus and shares his passion for building tomorrow's leaders.
Senate Elections 2009 Call For Nominations

Senate Elections 2009 Call For Nominations (PDF)

Nominations for University of Saskatchewan Senate positions are being accepted until March 1, 2009, for eight senate district positions and five members-at-large positions. This is your chance to get involved in the life of the university.