Stories relating to post-secondary education.
When faced with adversity and tribulations, a person experiences a magnificent metamorphosis in which their path of struggle culminates in the discovery of unflinching optimism. Iris May, an British artist who lived in Scotland, embarked [ READ MORE ]
Libraries are often considered old forms of browsing information yet have resources that might not be easily accessible on the internet. In a world where information is easily accessible with just a few clicks, it could be assumed that libraries are gradually becoming less relevant. [ READ MORE ]
SAIT has raised tuition fees for the academic year, causing students concern about budgets and time management. While some students are upset about the rise in tuition because work means they don’t get time to [ READ MORE ]
Over 100 people were present the Bella Concert Hall to enjoy the Korean Cultural Heritage Festival. In this exciting program, A number of dancers and artists from South Korea performed exhilarating artwork. [ READ MORE ]
The students were born to become leaders. Leaders that not just lead—but leaders who are also friends and unite people together. Find out how three SAIT students established the first Filipino community at SAIT, the Noy-phi club. [ READ MORE ]