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...

Take it all in stride

– Emily Keller Our society loves the self-made men, the geniuses, the CEOs and the ones whohave immeasurable talents. We hold these people in high regard, and it can feel like if we don’t have one major thing we excel at over others, we really aren’t worth that...
Boxing, as a form of therapy

Boxing, as a form of therapy

“You know, if you exercised more you wouldn’t be as depressed.” The infamous words that every person loves to hear. I’ve spent most of my life avoiding those words, but people love to give their opinion on your situation, even when it is desperately not wanted. Never...
Accessible art for all

Accessible art for all

By Eryn Pinksen Edmonton continues to surprise me with the abundance of events, festivals and art projects happening within the city every month. I was once one of these students stuck seeing nothing beyond the campus buildings. Now I actively search for the community...
What Makes A Good…

What Makes A Good…

By Jory Proft When I think of the people that have influenced my life and helped shape the core of who I am, they are mostly women. Which, as a man, has created an internal-conflict; how can I become a good man if I primarily idolize women? I think of my sister as...