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ACAC Announces Plans To Develop Winter 2021 Schedule

By Zachary Flynn The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference announced Friday morning that it would continue to evaluate the feasibility of a 2021 season and work to develop an updated winter 2021 schedule. NAIT athletics manager, Jordan Richey, says the league will work on developing a winter...

Ooks Preseason Brings Bonding Opportunities, Challenges

By Zachary Flynn With the COVID-19 pandemic delaying all ACAC play until at least January, the NAIT Ooks have been taking advantage of the extended off-season to build team chemistry. “It’s a bit of a blessing in disguise. Obviously, all of us wish we were starting to play [in October] but...

NAIT student basketball player olds basketball in centre of court during basketball game

NAIT Grad Talks Getting To TSN

By Mia Hildebrandt Natasha Staniszewski is arguably one of NAIT’s most successful graduates. One of Sports Centres top anchors, Staniszewskis’s journey to sitting behind the desk in Toronto is far from typical. “I thought about being a broadcaster when I was in high school. I loved sports and I...

Natasha Staniszewsk

NAITSA Annual Trick Or Treat Event Seeking Volunteers

By Jared Gomes NAITSA still requires volunteers for their annual Trick or Treat event. This yearly event is a long standing tradition to collect donations for the NAITSA food center. Due to COVID-19 some things had to be changed in order to make sure everyone stays safe. Normally when this...

Halloween candy

Why Tuition Isn’t Decreasing For Online Classes

By Zachary Flynn The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the landscape for post-secondary education with many students learning remotely. The lack of a physical classroom and the new ability to attend a class from the comfort of home has some wondering why they’re still paying thousands of...

Woman sits on computer learning from home

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Editorial: Gold And Silver Linings

Vegas Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith warms up before an exhibition at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada, in July.

By Orrin Farries The year 2020 has thrown many curve balls at the major sporting organizations that provide the week-to-week entertainment that many fans have become accustomed to. The NHL and the NBA both had to put their seasons on hold, and...

ACAC Announces Plans To Develop Winter 2021 Schedule

By Zachary Flynn The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference announced Friday morning that it would continue to evaluate the feasibility of a 2021 season and work to develop an updated winter 2021 schedule. NAIT athletics manager, Jordan Richey,...

Ooks Preseason Brings Bonding Opportunities, Challenges

NAIT student basketball player olds basketball in centre of court during basketball game

By Zachary Flynn With the COVID-19 pandemic delaying all ACAC play until at least January, the NAIT Ooks have been taking advantage of the extended off-season to build team chemistry. “It’s a bit of a blessing in disguise. Obviously, all of us...

NAIT Grad Talks Getting To TSN

Natasha Staniszewsk

By Mia Hildebrandt Natasha Staniszewski is arguably one of NAIT’s most successful graduates. One of Sports Centres top anchors, Staniszewskis’s journey to sitting behind the desk in Toronto is far from typical. “I thought about being a...

NAITSA Annual Trick Or Treat Event Seeking Volunteers

Halloween candy

By Jared Gomes NAITSA still requires volunteers for their annual Trick or Treat event. This yearly event is a long standing tradition to collect donations for the NAITSA food center. Due to COVID-19 some things had to be changed in order to make...

Why Tuition Isn’t Decreasing For Online Classes

Woman sits on computer learning from home

By Zachary Flynn The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the landscape for post-secondary education with many students learning remotely. The lack of a physical classroom and the new ability to attend a class from the comfort of home has...

Entertainment

The Worst Parts About Fall

By Elijah O’Donnell For many, Autumn is a season to look forward to. The beautiful change in leaves, sweater weather and pumpkin spice. But, with anything viewed through rose tinted glasses, we often overlook a few key things about the season...

person walking down leaf covered street in autumn

The Talent Show Must Go On

By Marco Madron NAITSA is hosting the annual NAIT’s Got Talent this year through Instagram. The submission deadline to register is closed, and voting has already begun. The first round of voting is held from Oct. 13 to 22 at 4 p.m., and the...

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Sports

Editorial: Gold And Silver Linings

By Orrin Farries The year 2020 has thrown many curve balls at the major sporting organizations that provide the week-to-week entertainment that many fans have become accustomed to. The NHL and the NBA both had to put their seasons on hold, and...

Vegas Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith warms up before an exhibition at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada, in July.

ACAC Announces Plans To Develop Winter 2021 Schedule

By Zachary Flynn The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference announced Friday morning that it would continue to evaluate the feasibility of a 2021 season and work to develop an updated winter 2021 schedule. NAIT athletics manager, Jordan Richey,...