The living Library presentation at SAIT showcases four speakers who talk about their lifelong journey to reach the current point in their lives.
Many Calgary residents will idle their cars to warm them up before their departure. But this increases the risk of car theft within the city.
hen business student Rachel Bolseng found brochures featuring graphic images of aborted infants at the SAIT library, she had to do something. “Why are these brochures allowed?” Bolseng said. She…
A lot of post-secondary students’ experience stress during the school year, and petting an animal is proven to release stress in students and improve mental health. SAITSA hosts a Wellness Wednesday event every week on campus, offering many activities such as free breakfast, free tea at the peer support centre, free skate, Take a Break, and Pet-a-Puppy.
SAIT’s Enactus Club, the student-led, world-wide non-profit organization that builds projects addressing social, environmental and economic issues, was to take art in the annual Enactus Western Canada Regional Exposition at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary on March 1 and 2.
Ferrill, a 27-year-old SAIT journalism graduate, was born with Moebius syndrome and has been using her life experiences, both negative and positive, to bring about awareness to the condition.