CFL essential offseason

The Grey Cup is only days away, but it won’t be the biggest battle for the CFL in the near future. This CFL offseason has the potential to make-or-break the league. The CFL has an expiring Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), meaning that players and owners have to...

Peer Support Coming To NAIT

By Zachary Flynn NAITSA is opening a Peer Support Centre later this month to supplement on-campus mental health resources –making NAIT the last major post-secondary institution in Edmonton to get a peer support program. The centre will be in room J209B and will be...
A variety of options

A variety of options

By George Hong The students of the Architectural Technology Program (ARC) at NAIT aim to acquire real-world skills to launch a career in the design or engineering field. The ARC Diploma graduates can enter the workforce immediately or transition into a Bachelor of...
Legal and coming, too

Legal and coming, too

By Nicole Murphy Weed products designed to help females orgasm during intercourse, women going through menopause, menstrual cramps and pain associated with endometriosis exist, but are not approved for retail in Alberta yet. The most commercially-popular brand is...

NAIT grad’s film odyssey

Braden Rooke was born and raised in Morinville, Alberta. It wasn’t until after graduating from Morinville Community High School and taking a year off that Rooke decided to attend NAIT, after attending a NAIT information session. Rooke took the Digital Cinema...
New coach takes the reins

New coach takes the reins

The Ooks female hockey team is in a transitioning season with nearly half the roster and the entire coaching staff being new. Former head coach, Deanna Iwanicka, is out and new head coach, Stef Thomson is in and ready for a fresh start. Iwanicka left behind a 10-year...