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

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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Being on time as a student can be stressful. Any tips help! (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/SAIT)

Streamline your time

By defining most important tasks, students can improve workflow Learning to build and keep efficient work habits is one of the most vital skills a student at SAIT can learn during their time on campus. Emily Resler, a student in the bachelor of business program at SAIT, manages to balance …

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A tricky tale

Eden Robinson’s new novel, Son of a Trickster, is a dark tale of magic that manages to capture the awkwardness of young adulthood in a vulnerable community.  Robinson is a member of the Haisla First Nation and her story is set in the town of Kitimat, B.C., where she lives. …

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Calgarians courageous at candlelight vigil

I am ashamed of myself. Not because of anything I’ve said or done, but rather what I was nearly afraid to do.  I debated to myself whether to attend the candlelight vigil outside City Hall on Monday, Jan. 30, in solidarity with those murdered in Quebec City.  I questioned it …

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Breaking down a breakdown

If your car breaks down while driving in winter and you don’t have a rescue plan, it’s already too late. Laura Ell, an instructor in Mount Royal University’s Faculty of Health and Physical Education, knows first-hand about being stranded on the side of the road. Ell was stranded for two …

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