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Black Bears are industrious, curious, and unaggressive creatures. Their name can be misleading as they can come in a variety of colours
Sagan Carroll is a sommelier in training who found his interest in creating beverages during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Southern Alberta has many interesting spots where it is possible to observe wildlife and experience nature just through taking a walk or a short drive.
Our cherished animal companions remain the chosen (and most adorable) combatants against mental health issues.
A SAITSA club, called Pride+, is launching a clothing drive to battle a mental health disorder that impacts many LGBTQ+ students.
Coming to new environments and experiencing a new culture are always exciting; however, they are an emotional turmoil for an international student.
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.
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.
A SAIT T-Rex marches up mountains in the Calgary region to encourage people, young and old, to get out for fresh air, and to kick depression to the curb. Richard Pastores is a SAIT student in the school of business, majoring in accounting, and he fundraises as the aforementioned T-Rex, known as “Dino-Guy.”