Streamline your studying

Effective strategies to help you learn best Hitting bumps while studying is never fun. From the SAIT library to the Lamb Learner Success Centre, help is within reach. If you’ve come to realize that your way of studying is not doing you any justice, you may want to look for a …

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Dress to impress

Landing a job means dressing for the part Most soon-to-be graduates of SAIT are anticipating working in their respective fields, but some students have a hard time looking for work or don’t have the skills required to ace a job interview. During job interviews applicants not only have to show …

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History in the making

Serving the SAIT community with a focus on students’ interests

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Behind the scenes

A look at the SAIT Centennial Happy birthday, SAIT. The centennial celebration was held on campus over the weekend and everyone is pumped and SAIT-proud. Alumni, students, instructors and staff are all basking in the glow of the centennial weekend celebrations. People gathered together on Oct. 15 and 16 to …

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Home away from home

Personalizing a dorm room cheaply and cheerfully Living in residence is a new and exciting experience for students with new surroundings and new studies. With a few DIY tricks, and budget savvy advice for students, one can personalize their room so they can feel at home on campus. The most …

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Festive Fall Food

Students’ guide to festival feasting SAIT students have a plethora of fall food choices on campus. With a change in weather comes the final harvest. Besides your basic pumpkin spice latte, here are some featured fall menu items around campus. Odyssey Coffeehouse (Campus Centre Building) The Odyssey has trendy drinks …

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Study smarter, not harder

Reach out for a successful semester Studying: the common enemy of every student. Fortunately, SAIT has services that assist students who are having difficulties with studying so they do not over-work their brains. If students do not have a studying method that works for them, they can turn to academic …

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Solutions for back to school stress

Back to school can be stressful and overwhelming, but SAIT has the resources, tools and support students need. SAIT has a variety of services that help students with the transition. The Reg Erhardt Library is located on campus in the Stan Grad Centre. Students have access to various programs the …

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A Sense of Community

New SAIT students who want to get their name out, meet new people, or even test their social skills, can do so by getting involved with clubs and activities around campus. SAITSA operates over 60 clubs that vary in interest. This can range from Disney, to story writing, to program-based …

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Attention all book lovers of 2016

From anticipating that new mystery from Stephen King, to waiting 19 years for the eighth installment of the Harry Potter Series, new books are coming out this year. For some it is hard to find a good book to start on now that it is a new year. It is …

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Fighting the Christmas blues

Find the best holiday gifts and avoid stress this season ‘Tis the season to be jolly SAIT students. It is the time of year again where one has to face the Christmas blues. From tight budgets, traffic-infested malls, and no time to shop, students have other ways in which they …

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Sociables for your future

How to use industry networking on campus and beyond Industry networking is an ability SAIT students use to make industry connections that can help them know the right people and get to know those people who would help them, after graduation, on their career path. Networking with industry contacts is …

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What keeps SAIT students up at night?

Sleep deprivation, also known as insomnia, can be a student’s worst enemy and is very harmful if not remedied right away. Students who suffer from sleep deprivation will need ways to stop or cure it before it harms not only their grades, but their health as well. Symptoms of insomnia …

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