Old age together with Parkinson’s disease may seem discouraging to some, but it’s the perfect combination for bringing people together, according to the participants of Dancing Parkinson’s YYC.
Jocelyn Wynnyk applied her diverse athletic abilities to a pair of Trojans teams while attending SAIT. In doing so, she excelled both as a goaltender for the women’s hockey team and a striker for the women’s soccer team. The journalism photo majors captured the dynamic player in action, both on and off the grass and ice, during the 2015-16 season for each of Wynnyk’s sports.
Lloyd Good Eagle has already accomplished a lot in his life, but keeps returning to SAIT as he advances on his career path. So, what brought him back this time as a mature student?
David Bishop is a mature student at SAIT in his fourth semester of the civil engineering technology program. With graduation approaching, Bishop is confident in his ability to find a job post-graduation.