This Halloween, expect to see a lot of solid coloured pantsuits, bad hairpieces, and orange spray tans, both American presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will win big on Oct. 31.
This centenarian sure knows how to throw a party. On Sunday, Oct. 16, SAIT celebrated its first 100 years with a 700-pound birthday cake, the opening of a time capsule from 1966 and, to cap off the evening, a spectacular on-campus fireworks display. Second-year photojournalism majors were in attendance and filed a set of fun-filled pictures that capture the spirit of the day.
The SAIT Centennial, taking place on Oct. 16, is a time for residents and off-campus students alike to celebrate SAIT, and its 100 years of history. The community assistants of both campus residences have been hard at work, planning events for the students who live on-campus.
AIT’s photojournalism class of 2016 / 2017 got off to a good start this semester as they hone their skills covering assignments ranging from the Equinox Vigil, the International Balloon Festival, Trojan Soccer games,…
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.