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March 2, 2017

A break from the books for NAIT students

The month of February is one of the most stressful months for students. Midterms are starting and it is only half way through the semester. All of this increased stress calls for a break, a reading break. Reading week is a break for students to de-stress and to help them get mentally prepared for the […]

March 2, 2017

NAIT Ooks men’s hockey team gets ready for playoffs

The NAIT Ooks men’s team finished at the top of the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference with 22 wins and six losses for the season. The team will have a bye for the first round of playoffs getting them straight to the semifinals, which will take place in the NAIT rink on the weekend of March […]

March 2, 2017

Edmontonians invent portable kayak

Inna Morgan and Tanner Pye-Richardson are the founders of the Justin Case Kayak, all folded up it spans 40 inches long and weighs 6 pounds, and was designed right here in Edmonton in their apartment. All funded through their Kickstarter campaign, which just five days ago failed to reach its timed goal. The campaign started January […]

February 28, 2017

NAIT NewsWatch February 18, 2017

Random acts of kindness, why reading week is so important and an update on the fire that left NAIT’s G-Wing uninhabitable are highlights of last week’s NAIT NewsWatch. You can also find out about what was on in Edmonton for Family Day and what happens when ice castles melt. Nzone challenge focuses on cricket…no not […]

February 16, 2017

MacEwan students kick off their Sunday shoes

The MacEwan Theatre Arts students have created their own version of Footloose, the timely classic from the 80s. Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town and are prepared for many new changes. What he isn’t prepared for however, is a ban on dancing that the preacher has inflicted on the […]


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