An enterprising small team of archivists is sorting through decades of corporate records as the University of Calgary prepares for its 50th anniversary.
The cancelled Return of Kings mass meet-up, an event organized by controversial blogger and self-proclaimed men’s-rights advocate Daryush “Roosh” Valizadeh, has sparked discussions across Calgary post-secondary campuses.
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.
Young Albertans are redefining their priorities and their definitions of long-term happiness and success in the face of slumping oil prices and an uncertain provincial economy.
Naturopathic doctors in Calgary are providing IV treatments to individuals who “overindulge” in alcohol.
With the announcement of Brigitte Matheson as SAITSA’s new president this past Friday night, two annual trends continued in an election process that only captured the attention of one in ten students.