SAIT’s journalism program staff recognized the outstanding work of two graduating students on April 28.
With the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, students around the world were forced to make changes to how they approached their studies. For post-secondary students, that meant transitioning to online learning.
A university student has brought her voice to the limelight when addressing suicide and the mental health of students.
Calgarians protested in front of City Hall against the acts of violence the Israeli government committed against Palestinians.
Photo series: Calgarians were caught with the most snowfall in a month, and drove off a a winter storm in the month of…April?
A networking app has received a boost from SAIT student participation, and that app hopes to compete with a networking giant in accessibility.
TELUS Spark’s adult-only night was bustling with guests, activity, and cocktails; and attracted a crowd so large that there was a line up to get in—even an hour after the event started. The theme of the event was called “Your Brain on Drugs.” Not only was there a bustling bar and a DJ on a stage adorned with colorful mushrooms, […]
Samuel Obadero may still be adjusting to the bitterly cold winters of Southern Alberta, but his warm, charismatic nature and impactful photographs have quickly endeared him to the arts community in Calgary. Born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1984, the lifestyle and documentary photographer has made quite a name for himself since relocating to Calgary just over three years ago. He […]
TELUS Spark is reviving their trademark Spark After Dark spectacle after two years of pandemic woes.
Following a near-death experience, former atheist Jillian Dyrnaes turned spiritual and adopted a witchy lifestyle. Incorporating spells, intentions and manifestations into her daily life, Dyrnaes has been able to move forward and tune in to higher energy to receive messaging from beyond.
SAITSA continues to host a three-day long expo called Healthy Habits, which advocates mental, physical, and sexual well-being for students.