Students switching to tea to avoid a caffeine overload are sadly misinformed. There are many different tea options. An important thing to consider is the amount of caffeine in tea. Caffeine intake from tea is just as strong as caffeine from a cup of coffee. The caffeine “high” from tea may… [more]
Heritage Hall’s modern, colourful banners are the work of Trojan marketing and communications coordinator Billie Rae Busby, who, to the surprise of many, is a part-time painter. “The artwork is an abstract landscape … [with a] colour palette based on the colours showcased on the LED walls in… [more]
Pests have become a growing issue in Canada since usual extermination tools have been made illegal in favour of less toxic products, making it difficult for Calgary’s student housing developments to prevent infestations. David McIlveen, director of community development for Boardwalk Rental Communities,… [more]
Scenes of fallen trees and other frosty mayhem littered SAIT Polytechnic.… [more]
Trying to cook in a non-existent kitchen is a challenge many students face throughout the school year. “If you want something bad enough—and trust me, college student cravings can get that far—you’ll find ways to be resourceful,” said Caroline Liu. Liu is a first-year student at Wesleyan… [more]
SAIT’s very own robot, Johnny Five, and SAIT instructor, Craig Maynard, will be presenting at Calgary’s second annual Beakerhead festival. Maynard’s speech titled “What kind of robot are you?” will take place on Sept. 10 at 12 p.m. on Stephen Avenue. Maynard has been teaching at SAIT… [more]
There are currently upwards of one hundred thousand honeybees on the roof of the John Ware building, and there is no need to run screaming in terror. Several pounds of organic honey will be harvested from five rooftop hives throughout the fall for use in the culinary program, after SAIT’s Culinary… [more]
The Trojans’ cross-country runners will be looking to use their home field advantage to win their first national gold since 2004. The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Cross-Country Running National Championships, which will be hosted by SAIT on Nov. 7 and 8, will bring upwards of… [more]
CALGARY—Toronto band July Talk played to a full house at The Gateway in Calgary, Alta on Wednesday, Sept. 3 as the stealth headliners for the Secret Band event sponsored by local alt rock radio station X92.9 and Budweiser. Nearly marking a year since their last appearance at the venue, operated… [more]
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