March 2022 pictures of the month

Compelling location portraits, signs of spring and storytelling basketball photos lead the work shot by SAIT’s photojournalism and journalism students this month.

Terra Boreen poses in photographer Hallie Martin’s home studio in Sunnyside in Calgary on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Boreen is a Calgary-based model working towards her career in the industry. (Photo by Hallie Martin/The Press)
Conor Knopp poses for his portrait with his “Silver Bullet” Volkswagen Passat at the 91st Street Deerfoot North Exit in Calgary, Alta. on Wednesday, March 16, 2022. Knopp has been training and wanting to try his hand at Motorsport Rallying for 2 years and intends to enter his first rally with “Silver Bullet”. (Photo by Alex Gaab)
Lorelle Perrin makes a visit to her extended family in Calgary on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Perrin is currently visiting Calgary for work, and currently works as an educator. (Photo by Ethan Perrin/The Press)
Jam Gammuac poses in her house in Calgary on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Gammuac is currently majoring in software engineering at the University of Calgary. (Photo by Reuben Polintan/The Press)
Rida Haider waits for a Somerset-Bridlewood CTrain at the Centre Street Station on March 8, 2022. Haider is hoping for the transits to become safer for Calgarians to use. (Photo by Skyler Yang/The Press)
Lana Casavant poses for a portrait at her home in Calgary on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. Casavant is a senior sales executive at Rare Indigo destination management; she designs corporate travel incentives. (Photo by Steven Wilhelm/The Press)
Lorraine Hjalte, a graduate of the journalism program at SAIT, poses for a portrait at her photography studio and gift shop in Nanton, Alta., on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. Hjalte offers photography on site or on location and sells a variety of prints, artwork, books and other items from local and well-known artists and photographers. (Photo by Robert Korotyszyn/The Press)
Conor Knopp poses for his portrait in SAIT’s Art Smith Aero Centre Campus in Calgary, Alta. on Thursday, March 10, 2022. The Art Smith Aero Centre is located at the Calgary International Airport. (Photo by Alex Gaab)
Alejandro Melgar, editor-in-chief of the Emery Weal, poses in front of SAIT’s Heritage Hall in Calgary on Thursday, March 17, 2022. The Emery Weal is a student publication that is made by and for students, and it is now recognized as a student club at SAIT. (Photo by Carly Anderson/The Press)
Tatty, a member of the Crazy Indians Brotherhood, poses for a portrait in front of Stephen Avenue in Calgary on Sunday, March 20, 2022. Members of the brotherhood held their bi-weekly Feed the People event, an event where they feed the homeless, prior to coming to City Hall. (Photo by Lillian McCallum/The Press)
Flora Fioritti-Irwin poses for a portrait at her home in Calgary on Sunday, March 13, 2022. Fioritti is a program manager at Rare Indigo destination management; she has more than 20 years of experience in the tourism industry. (Photo by Steven Wilhelm/The Press)
The president and CEO of the Glenbow Museum, Nicholas Bell, poses with some artifacts, in a newly renovated room of the museum in Calgary on Thursday, March 10, 2022. The Glenbow Museum recently got a donation from the Shaw Family Foundation and will now be offering free admission upon its renvoated reopening in 2024. (Photo by Paris Hofer/The Press)
Store owner Greg Watson in Cyclepath in Medicine Hat, Alta. on Friday, March 11, 2022. Watson opened the business in 1995 focusing on all things bicycles and cycling including gear and bike services. (Photo by Tiana Lang/The Press)
Wonho Park, a teenager artist, poses at his workroom in Calgary on Friday, March 11, 2022. Park, a youth artist in Korea, is scheduled to enter the University of Art in Canada in September 2022 and plans to create a new style by combining East and West painting styles. (Photo by Jungmin Ham/The Press)
Nico Choruma poses with his plants at his apartment in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. Choruma has around 32 plants he’s been taking care of for the past 3 years, and a lot of his inspiration for taking care of plants comes from his upbringing in Somalia. (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/The Press)
Jena Storms poses for a portrait at Rival Axe Throwing in Airdrie on Friday, March 18, 2022. Storms owns and operates Rival Axe with her mother, Joni. The business features a gift shop, snack stand and six axe throwing cages. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press)
Elizabeth (Libby) Laverne poses for a photo in the Free House tasting room, which is located on Kensington Road in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. Laverne has worked for Free House since it opened in 2020, but COVID-19 restrictions have left many in the industry, including herself, with uncertainty around their jobs. (Photo by Alejandro Melgar/The Press)
Lillian McCallum, a second-year photojournalism student, poses in her dorm room at SAIT residence in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. McCallum moved from High River to SAIT residence on August 2021 to be able to attend in-person classes. (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/The Press)
SAIT Trojans forward, Richina Foggo poses for a portrait at the SAIT centre gym in Calgary on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Foggo started to play basketball in 2019 at age 29 and has just ended her career at age 32 with a total 37 points to her name. (Photo by Onyinye Ekene-Obi/The Press)
A group of students celebrates St. Patrick’s Day at SAIT’s Gateway in Calgary on Thursday, March 17, 2022. SAIT’s students’ association hosted the event, which included mini games and prizes. (Photo by Onyinye Ekene-Obi/The Press)
A SAIT student walks in front of Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary on Wednesday, March 23, 2022. This year Heritage Hall celebrates its 100th anniversary. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press)
Madelyn plays a musical instrument at the Quinterra Legacy Garden in South Glenmore Park in Calgary on Monday, March 21, 2022. The music garden was completed in 2020 in memory of Joshua Hunter, Kaitlan Perras, Jordan Segura, Lawrence Hong and Zackariah Rathwell who were murdered at house party in 2014 in the neighbourhood of Brentwood. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press)
The cast of Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Arts Academy of Dance’s Newest Live Performance “Awakening” at the Yates Theatre in Lethbridge on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The show has been in Production since the begging of September and Runs from March 13 & 14. (Photo by Tate Montgomery/The Press)
A member of the crowd cheers at the SAIT Trojans vs Keyano Huskies game at SAIT’s Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The Trojans defeated to the Keyano Huskies 91- 88 during Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference gold medal championship game. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press).
SAIT Trojans forward Matur Maluach salutes to Keyano College after winning the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Final Four tournament in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The SAIT Trojans defeated Keyano College to win their fifth consecutive Gold medal in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) with a final score of 91-88. (Photo by Husain Dhooma/The Press)
Keyano College guard, Sean-Michael Clancey celebrates a clutch possession against the SAIT Trojans in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The SAIT Trojans defeated Keyano College to win their fifth consecutive Gold medal in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) with a final score of 91-88. (Photo by Husain Dhooma/The Press)
A Keyano College Huskies fan entertains the crowd during a time-out period of the final Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference game at the SAIT centre gym in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The SAIT Trojans beat the Huskies by a nail biting 91-88 score. (Photo by Onyinye Ekene-Obi/The Press)
As the buzzer rings the SAIT Trojans celebrate their fifth ACAC win at SAIT’s Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The Trojans defeated the Keyano Huskies 91-88 during Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference gold medal championship game. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press).
Coach Marty Birky’s wife and daughter cheer as the Trojans men’s basketball team wins gold in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference final face-off against the Keyana College Huskies at the SAIT centre gym in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The Trojans are the ACAC champions for the fifth time in a row. (Photo by Onyinye Ekene-Obi/The Press)
The SAIT Trojans celebrate their 91-88 victory against the Keyano Huskies after the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) gold medal championship game at SAIT’s Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. This is the fifth year in a row where the Trojans have won gold in the ACAC. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press).
Protesters and counter-protesters gathered on 17th Avenue in in Calgary on Saturday March 12, 2022. The protestors gathered to express their opposition to COVID-19 health mandates, and the counter-protesters have called on them to cease their weekly demonstrations in the Beltline neighborhood. (Photo by Cienna Vander Ende/The Press)
Police officers block protestors during an anti-mandate protest in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. Protestors gathered at Central Memorial Park before making their way downtown to protest in hopes of ending all remaining medical mandates in Canada. (Photo by Husain Dhooma/The Press)
Calgary police arrested several people at today’s protest and counter- protest in central memorial park in Calgary on Saturday, March 19, 2022. The protests in downtown Calgary continue despite the temporary court injunction that was put in place earlier this month, which grants police the power to charge and potentially arrest protestors who block roads and sidewalks or prevent the regular use of public parks. (Photo by Anna Burns/The Press)
A man (middle) holding a drum and wearing a Canadian flag cape yells passionately in Calgary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. Citizens in Calgary gathered at Central Memorial Park to protest downtown in hopes of ending all remaining medical mandates in Canada. (Photo by Husain Dhooma/The Press)
Protesters and counter-protesters gathered on 17th Avenue in in Calgary on Saturday March 12, 2022. The protestors gathered to express their opposition to COVID-19 health mandates, and the counter-protesters have called on them to cease their weekly demonstrations in the Beltline neighborhood. (Photo by Cienna Vander Ende/The Press)
Protestors cheer at a truck passing by at the Calgary Freedom Central rally in Calgary on Saturday, March 19, 2022. The protests in downtown Calgary continue despite the temporary court injunction that was put in place earlier this month, which grants police the power to charge and potentially arrest protestors who block roads and sidewalks or prevent the regular use of public parks. (Photo by Livia Hartley/The Press).
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