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The U of Sask is a beautiful campus and a great place for a walk. They have several museums and galleries to visit as well as campus shops for souvenirs, Louis Pub and restaurants at Marquis Hall and STM.
My husband and I took our two grandsons to the Museum of Natural Sciences recently. They are 8 and 5. The older one was especially interested in the fossils and we spent lots of time searching the walls and the rocks for fossils. The younger...More
The campus is great to walk around. It’s an easy walk because the campus was designed as a circle. The geology building has some animal remains, which is educational. The building are so amazing in terms of design.
Of course my review is slightly bias, however we brought some friends with us and they loved the campus! Beautiful buildings, wonderful architecture, huge trees and great atmosphere. Wander around the campus and soak in the history.
My daughter had her wedding here in August. The staff here was absolutely amazing. Chu and Chandra were on top of everything and even when those unexpected things ,that every wedding has , came up... they were there with a solution and took care of...More
This is a relatively new university dating from 1907. The campus seemed to be modelled on Havard with attractive low rise halls, grass and foliage giving an open feeling. It is a very pleasant place but obviously does not have the intimacy or attractiveness of...More
The Campus has kept its charm --- Old greystone buildings and you can wander around inside some of the old campus buildings. Food court is available underground next to Arts building. Usual fare available. And check out the bookstore for come neat U of S...More
After getting our son moved into residence, we decided to try the food at the residence eatery. The selection was great and we were each able to select foods that we enjoy. Also, we were able to go back to get more, if you wished....More
My son is at this University and we went to visit him. It is a huge sprawling campus! Very beautifully done in lovely grounds. The grey stone buildings are very impressive and the displays like the one in the photo below were very interesting. A...More