SAIT’s travel and tourism program (TVT) is looking to prove that their program is much more elaborate than just booking flights to Mexico. Second-year students Corrina Naismith and Addis Regassa have taken the lead on the program’s first ever event that aims to show everything it can… [more]
For those new to or visiting Cowtown, knowing about Calgary’s iconic eats can be as good as knowing anything else about its heritage, because Calgarians love food, especially the type with a bunch of rare ideas blended and mixed in. To help find out and maybe even try a couple of these YYC-specific… [more]
A version of vegetarianism that focuses solely on plant-based foods, veganism is becoming the new way of life for many Canadians. As per an article published in Suite101, 10 per cent of Canadians categorize themselves as vegetarian or vegan. Diana Stoevelaar, founder of the Calgary Raw Vegan Support… [more]
With the Trojans' athletic season concluded for another year, and many teams tasting success, Melissa Roth ensures all the Trojan athletes stay healthy, and if they do happen to succumb to injury, Roth is the woman that nurses the wounded Trojans back to health. SAIT head athletic therapist… [more]
Jodie Kalbfleisch and Karlie Wimble will represent SAIT as they compete at the Provincial Skills Canada Competition in Edmonton on May 15 – 16. The two second-year administrative information management students were selected by their instructors, based on previous grades, attitudes and work… [more]
With the semester nearly over, many students are working on their resumés and cover letters to get a well-paid, professional job lined up over the summer months. Travis Ouchi, employment specialist at SAIT student services, said when a student acquires a job in the same field as his/her study, traditionally… [more]
Comedic improv and music are two different genres of entertainment that draw their own audiences. However, when the two are combined it creates a unique branch of entertainment that grabs the audience’s attention. ‘Mixtape’ is a group made up of a wide array of some of the best improvisers… [more]
Two windows, located in the Telus Convention Centre facing the Centre Street LRT platform, have become part of an exhibition known as Open Spaces: Windows to a View. Presented by the City of Calgary Public Art Program, the exhibition gives eight local artists a chance to showcase their work… [more]
The SAIT Trojans men’s hockey team fell to the NAIT Ooks in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conferenc (ACAC) finals, three games to one. “We had a good season,” said Trojans head coach Ken Babey. “Every team shoots for the championship and unfortunately we didn’t accomplish that this year.” Game… [more]
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