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Year in review

Following up with SAITSA’s student executives The current SAITSA Executive Council has had a year to implement the goals they promised when campaigning in 2016. Gar Gar, SAITSA student president, is proud of the role he has played for SAIT students over the past year and the platform promises he …

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Opinions

Freedom to be heard

Inconsistencies around freedom of speech The freedom to voice your opinion is among the most cherished liberties that we observe as members of a free and democratic society. But the freedom of speech means nothing without the freedom to be heard. For this reason, the laws which protect our right …

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Arts & Entertainment

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A record for the books

100 books to be donated to Children’s Hospital SAIT has collected 100 books from staff and students in celebration of its centennial and will be donating them to the Alberta Children’s Hospital. Karen Graham and Sandra Lee, both academic chairs for the School of Information and Communications Technologies, were the …

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You can’t stop a mammoth

Royal Tusk and guests rock The Gateway Edmonton’s Royal Tusk, Saskatoon’s The Pistolwhips and Calgary bands Double Fuzz and Ten Minute Detour rocked The Gateway on March 2. The Calgary stop of their tour with The Pistolwhips was the Buzzfeed Artists-to-Watch-listed band’s last Alberta concert before their appearance on March …

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Teddy Ivanov (left) and Pete Balkwill (right) hold their creations at the Old Trout Puppet Workshop in Calgary on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017. The Old Trout Workshop was founded 17 years ago. (Photo by Peter Shokeir/The Weal)
Entertainment

Lights, camera, showtime!

Festival showcases the magical world of puppet shows The Festival of Animated Objects is preparing to flood Calgary with puppets, some of which are anatomically correct, from March 16 to 19. The Old Trout Puppet Workshop is one of the contributors for the festival and has been working with puppets …

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Sports

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Stepping up to the plate

Trojans softball player not held back by blindness Sheelsa Steed has been blind in her eye since birth, and can remember when she first communicated to her parents that she saw things differently. “I can see movement and colour in my eye, but that’s about it. I’m considered legally blind,” …

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Indoor track recap

The SAIT Trojan’s indoor track and cross-country teams are done for the season, and after a successful indoor track championship in Lethbridge, the preparation for next year is about to begin. “We had a really good team this year,” said co-head coach Ryan Edgar. “Good training sessions and good participation …

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Megan Brennan poses for a portrait in the Campus Centre gym at SAIT in Calgary on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Brennan is graduating from the radio, television and broadcast program in April, and just finished her fifth and final year playing for the Trojans women's volleyball team. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/SAIT)
Sports

A career to remember

Megan Brennan says goodbye to her Trojans family after five years Megan Brennan has spent her time at SAIT busy with breaking records and cementing her name in the history books. After a five-year career with the Trojans women’s volleyball team, she’ll now embark on a new journey and write …

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Opinions

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Opinions

Freedom to be heard

Inconsistencies around freedom of speech The freedom to voice your opinion is among the most cherished liberties that we observe as members of a free and democratic society. But the freedom of speech means nothing without the freedom to be heard. For this reason, the laws which protect our right …

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Good governance

Campaigning for politicians to deliver on promises Political campaigns are based on the platform of lofty, ill-advised and unachievable goals, followed immediately by disappointment and broken promises. Voters cast their equally ignorant ballots based partially on these promises and the celebrity factor of their preferred candidate, whether it be a …

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Opinions

Overcoming grief

Dealing with loss as a student My grandfather, Stanley Bridge, died on Feb. 2, 2017. It was my father’s birthday. Keeping up with schoolwork has been difficult for this past month, but dealing with the death of a loved one is not something that comes easy to anyone. Unfortunately for …

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Lifestyle

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Paranormal investigator

Ghost hunters walk among us Alot of students are involved in extra-curricular activities. But not many students’ extracurriculars involve the paranormal. Kerriene England is a SAIT journalism student, but in her time outside of school, she works as a ghost hunter with Ghost Hunt Alberta. “We go to supposedly haunted …

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Hab Hailu reads a resume of an applicant in Calgary on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (Photo by Aly Khan/SAIT)
Lifestyle

Stand out and get hired

Tips for building a resumé Writing a proper resumé can be the difference between landing a dream job or going home empty handed. According to Charnelle Trout, a talent acquisition worker at Bowen, recruitment firm, tailoring a resumé to the specific job is often the key for success. “Do your …

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Natural alternative remedy

Between studying, working and maintaining a social life, students often become overwhelmed, however, there are solutions. Trying to get all of these activities done can become too much to handle and students can start to feel pressure.  It’s not always rainbows and butterflies when trying to accomplish everything at the …

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