Archive for Journalism

Criminal Trial

At the Calgary Courts Centre on April 4, 2013 the ongoing trial of Meredith Katharine Borowiec, 31, is proceeding. Borowiec is the Calgary woman accused of killing two of her newborn babies in 2008 and 2009. Borowiec pleaded not guilty to the two charges of second-degree murder. No bodies were recovered from the incidents in 2008 or 2009. Read more


Burgeoning journalists gathered together to observe a panel from the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association (AMPA) in hopes of furthering their passion in journalism. Read more

The Frank Eyck Memorial Lecture in German History

Christopher Browning was the chief speaker this evening on a subject that our society considers a blight on human history. Browning, speaking of the Holocaust, Hitler’s attempted genocide of an entire race, and the mass murder of millions. Read more

Stress Relief

With the fall semester in full swing, many SAIT students may be starting to feel the pressure of accumulated assignments, and no student is immune to these stresses. Finding balance is key, and The Weal has gotten the details on three calming activities that will have you chanting ‘Om’ in no time.

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Back to Basics

The best camera is the one you always have with you. Whether you are a professional who just happened to leave your $2000+ camera equipment at home or a novice just starting out, these tips will help you get the most out of your point & shoot camera. Read more

Three Strikes and You’re In

Canada has long been seen as lenient in regards to our criminal justice system. Similar to a dog with more bark than bite many habitual criminals see Canada as a country of opportunity. Read more