Second year journalism student Kelsey Ferrill wants to get the word out about moebius syndrome and why it shouldn’t affect her life.
With an uncertain future for oil and gas, forward-thinking workers turn towards post-secondary and higher education to ensure a future for themselves and their families.
A small crew of SAIT students have been working for months designing a unique concrete toboggan that will be used in a national engineering competition.
The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race, an annual competition, is being held at Big Rock Ski Resort in Kelowna, B.C. this year. Colin France, an MET student at SAIT Polytechnic, is eager to demonstrate the school’s engineering capabilities.
With the iconic Canadian fast food brand, Tim Hortons, merger with the world renowned burger franchise,Burger King, has some people worrying that the coveted coffee giant may come to many changes.
SAIT students are encouraged to apply for as many awards that they qualify for.
Sometimes students can feel down this time of the year, and SAIT wants to make sure they can help.
While some Calgarians stayed inside during a relentless blizzard, and others navigated hectic malls on Black Friday weekend, many more supported local art by attending the ACAD winter Show & Sale.