Monthly Archives : December 2015


Final stages reached

Some of NAIT’s buildings can leave a little – or a lot – to be desired for aesthetics and many students would attest to the benefits of more coffee on campus. The new Centre for Applied Technologies building under construction…

December 10, 2015


Warm weather for a while yet

We have been basking in the warm temperatures these past few days as well as last week. Temperatures were about 10 C above the seasonal average and morning lows were abnormally high as well. You are probably wondering when the…

December 10, 2015


Nest gets Bar None award

On Nov. 26, the Nest Taphouse Grill won the Best Bar None award for Best Campus Pub. For those of you that don’t know, the NAITSA-run Nest is NAIT’s oncampus bar. Opened in 1988, the Nest has been a popular…

December 10, 2015

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Two sports and school

For NAIT’s Jordan Teliske, one sport wasn’t enough. This fourth-year athlete is currently playing for both the NAIT Ooks men’s soccer and volleyball teams. This year Teliske has stood out as the starting centreback for the men’s soccer squad; achieving…

December 10, 2015


Nugget holiday workout tips

As the holidays approach, many of us stress out about having to work out the turkey, treats and other unhealthy goodness that comes with Christmas consumption. So, each of the editors have a short explanation of how you can limit…

December 10, 2015


Food, drink amazing

Tequila bars are all the rage right now and I have to say one of my new favourite bars is El Cortez. It’s located on Gateway Boulevard just north of Whyte Avenue. The staff, the food and the drinks are…

December 10, 2015


Land of God comes back to life

The past few years were very eventful for American metal band Lamb of God. The trials and tribulations began in the summer of 2012, when lead vocalist Randy Blythe was arrested for pushing a fan off a stage in 2010,…

December 10, 2015


NAIT takes leading role

When it comes to setting the tone as an institution, NAIT definitely has the brass that leads by example. NAIT’s President and CEO Dr. Glenn Feltham represents our school while also serving as the chair of Polytechnics Canada, a committee…

December 3, 2015


NASA raises concerns

The NAIT Academic Staff Association (NASA) is taking issue with some of the changes being proposed in a broad based academic restructuring underway at NAIT. The NAIT Academic Staff Association (NASA) believes some of those changes will shortchange instructors and…

December 3, 2015


A snowfight

Connor O’Donovan How does the old adage go? The one about how many words for snow exist in the Inuit language – what was it? 50? 60? I’m pretty sure that phrase is a load of ignorant, false knowledge but…

December 3, 2015