Mason Krueger made the trip from New Hampshire to Calgary to pursue a career in graphic communications, and to continue his collegiate hockey career. Krueger previously played collegiate hockey for Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania.
Student run and passion driven, a club started by students at SAIT has been promoting surfing the Bow and Kananaskis rivers. The club looks to help expand the community and promote a culture of learning.
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?
Conditions were constantly changing in Canmore. One minute the sun was shining, the next gusts of wind whipped the snow into icy tornadoes, but that did not dampen the spirits of elite biathletes who competed there earlier this month.
For University of Calgary graduate student Matthew Kindree the fascination with building reached its peak in the summer of 2015 with his participation in an international competition, the Schulich Off-Road.
Calgary’s Extreme Air Park is 3,900 square metres of activities and fun, with something for just about everyone who loves trampolines.