Money – what a problem

Money – what a problem

– Emily Keller Money. The one thing I always seem to need but never have enough of, and the one thing that controls everything, yet I don’t understand it. I don’t know anything about saving for retirement, and honestly, I don’t know much about savings accounts...
Virtual safety at fingertips

Virtual safety at fingertips

By: Eryn Pinksen While the Safe Walk program is not new to post-secondary campuses, NAIT launched the first campus Virtual Safe Walk in Edmonton.This provides students with an easily accessible digital safety feature for peace-of-mind security. Living close to campus...
How Your Wellness Affects Others

How Your Wellness Affects Others

By Jory Proft, Senior Editor When dealing with wellness, it’s important to think about how your well-being affects others and how others’ wellness affects you. It’s often hard to recognize just how much someone else’s emotions rub-off on you and vice versa —...
Keeping recyclables clean

Keeping recyclables clean

By: Eryn Pinksen NAIT emphasizes the importance of sustainability on campus, however, it seems that students are lacking access to classroom paper recycling. I previously attended the University of Alberta and in my first introduction to that campus it was made clear...
The darkest part of town

The darkest part of town

– Emma Morrison Fort Edmonton is typically known for its happy and homely atmosphere, but a darker presence has arrived and captivated the Fort and its patrons. DARK Fort Edmonton provides guests with three unique haunted houses. Each haunt targets different...