Executives Concerned Students Fees Could Rise

Executives Concerned Students Fees Could Rise

By Scott Zielsdorf The students’ association at NAIT (NAITSA) will remain largely unchanged despite recent school budget cuts. As the school and students association are two separate organizations NAITSA has its own budget and will operate as normal. NAITSA President,...
Edmonton Woman In Second Month Of Lockdown In China

Edmonton Woman In Second Month Of Lockdown In China

By Stephanie Swensrude Kellee Kryba, an English teacher from Edmonton, has been indoors for the greater part of two months in her apartment in Shanghai. This is after recommendations from the Chinese government to remain indoors to slow the spread of COVID-19. She...
NAIT Remains Open Amid COVID-19 Concerns

NAIT Remains Open Amid COVID-19 Concerns

By Madison Gummow Toilet paper is nowhere to be found, pro-sports seasons are being put on hold and entire countries are in a state of lockdown. Now, NAIT is feeling the impact of the Coronavirus disease. Despite The UofA closing its doors, NAIT issued a statement...
Veterinary Pilot Project Heads To The Caribbean

Veterinary Pilot Project Heads To The Caribbean

By Mia Hildebrandt Animal health technology students are headed out of the country to practically apply their skills. In June Dr. Elaine Degrandpre is taking 10 students to Grenada, an island in the Caribbean. Dr. Degrandpre said she reached out to a colleague who...