Monthly Archives : February 2016

Ooks Continue to Make History

The NAIT men’s hockey team had another successful weekend and moved to 30-0 after a sweep of the Concordia Thunder this past weekend with a destroying 8-1 victory on Friday night, and a 6-4 decision the following evening. Friday evening…

February 23, 2016

Men’s hockey reaches new ACAC record

The NAIT men’s hockey team reached a new ACAC record after another exciting back-to-back series against the second-place Augustana Vikings last week. If the Ooks were to lose at all, it would have been to the Vikings; however, they recorded…

February 21, 2016

NAITSA Executive Council 2016/17 Election & Referendum Results (unofficial)

We are excited to announce the unofficial results of the NAITSA executive election and the referendum. Official results will be shared after 4PM on February 12. President: Allannah Wrobel VP External: Katie Spencer VP Academic: John Perozok VP Student Services:…

February 12, 2016

NAIT Hands Out Some Green

Students and staff from NAIT’s Alternative Energy Technology program have developed rooftop solar panels for Hillview Elementary School. Designs for the system began in 2014. The panels are part of an effort to teach children about alternative energy. The project…

February 11, 2016

Innovation Rewarded at Architectural Technology Student Design Competition

At the end of January, the sixth annual NAIT Architectural Technology student design competition awards reception were held and NAIT students were honoured with awards for innovative design of a fictional ATB Financial branch. NAIT Architectural Technology students competed to…

February 11, 2016

Meet (some of) Your Candidates

  Name: Abdul Anjum Candidate For: President   Active Online Presence: N/A   Campus Involvement: N/A       This candidate has been removed from the ballot. Awaiting results of NAITSA committee report. Name: Arly Caluag Candidate For: VP Academic…

February 10, 2016

Dead Tired Students Walking

I arrive at NAIT at that wonderful hour of eight in the morning. Do I see bright young faces eager to learn and grow? Not really. While there are a few people who seem awake and ready to go, most…

February 5, 2016

Not just a boxing movie

There’s been a lot of talk about racial diversity or, rather, lack thereof, at the Oscars this year. For the second straight year, every acting nomination went to Caucasians and only one minority director was nominated (Innaritu for The Revenant)….

February 5, 2016

Awards Season Stale

Are film awards still relevant? When an increasing number of the films up for nomination aren’t in theatres yet and The Martian is able to classify itself as a comedy to vie for a greater honour at the Golden Globes, maybe…

February 5, 2016

Poker Teaches Lessons For Life

Whenever the subject of poker comes to mind, it is often connected to money. Either someone has just won heaps of it from a tournament or someone has found a way to blow through an insane amount of it. There…

February 1, 2016