Calgary’s Rockies baseball alumni, Michael Goldade, preparing mentally for baseball season in a friends apartment on March 22, 2017 in Calgary. Goldade also plays guitar in his spare time to relax. (Photo by Katerina Kotsaftis/SAIT)

Letting loose without substance use

There are many healthy ways to take the edge off We are quickly approaching the end of the semester, and as projects pile up and final exams loom over our shoulders, feelings of stress start to compound. We live in a culture of edges, one leading to another. A long …


Springing into action

A change of season provides a fresh start after a long, bleak winter Spring has arrived, and it’s a season to look forward to with hope, expectation and relief. It’s a time filled with clichés, an opportunity for abandonment and joy to take precedence over originality. There is a spring …

A plane departs out of the Calgary International Airport in Calgary, Alberta on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016.  (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Travelling tips

Save money while travelling this break Students usually don’t have a lot of extra cash to spend on travelling, but the lucky few who do get to go home for the holidays or travel abroad, often wonder how to save money while travelling on a tight budget.  Many airlines now …

(Photos by Luke Morstad)

Surf’s up at SAIT

Campus club sees high tide of surfing members SAIT Surf is a new club at SAIT, with already more than 120 members who come together to learn and teach river surfing in landlocked Alberta.  Ryan Morstad, a first-year business student at SAIT, founded the club. Morstad is from the west …


Craft Tuesday

Students express to destress Crafty Tuesday is a great way to be creative, meet friends and break the overlying tensions that can lurk on a campus. Every Tuesday, the Student Support Centre hosts this fun event from noon to 4 p.m., providing students with a creative way to release stress …