UPDATED: Cloudy water tests at NAIT

UPDATED: Cloudy water tests at NAIT

By: Zachary Flynn UPDATE: Tests completed. Water in T Building now safe to drink. NAIT is concerned about the water in the T Building after cloudy water was found. The initial statement released urged students not to use or consume any water in the building. However,...
Stumped about student loans?

Stumped about student loans?

By: Emily Olsen As tuition prices evolve, student loans have become a major part of the post-secondary experience for many students. The process of application, budgeting and paying off these loans is a large undertaking for many students. However, after speaking to...
No credits for ESL

No credits for ESL

By George Hong Mastering a second language is hard and English is considered one of the most difficult. The English as a Second Language (ESL) program at NAIT doesn’t count for credit toward a diploma or degree, but the students can benefit for a lifetime. The ESL...
Banking the ‘unbanked’

Banking the ‘unbanked’

By: Zachary Flynn ATB Financial has been reinventing the way people look at traditional banking. The Alberta bank has a number of pilot projects on the go that each take a different approach on how they work with customers. ATB’s Four Directions branch works with...
NAIT campaign raises $125M

NAIT campaign raises $125M

By: Eryn Pinksen NAIT’s Essential Campaign raised $125 million in donations with $5 million given by students through the largest donation in NAITSA’s history. Half of this went to the Centre for Applied Technology, the remainder will be paid over 5 years. Jason Roth...
Students regret taking loans

Students regret taking loans

By: Eryn Pinksen Student loans are a common financial assistance plan for many post-secondary students, however a survey compiled by a Canadian accounting network states that three in four Canadian graduates regret the decision to take out loans. In 2017, this poll...