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Explore the Past 100 Years of Saitsa!

What's Happening?

Did you know, there has been student government working for you at SAIT since 1922? Saitsa is turning 100 years old this year, so throughout 2022 we’re planning a monumental celebration!

Beginning in January, we are kicking off and rolling-out all things Saitsa throughout the decades. With fun events, giveaways, and activities throughout the year, we will wrap it all up in September 2022 with a grande finale you wont want to miss.

The History of Saitsa

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A Snapshot in Time

Paint our History Contest

As part of our Centennial celebrations, we are showcasing our history through the lens of one of our very own SAIT students! Inspire our community and help us tell our story by entering the Paint Our History contest.

Directions: We are hoping you can bring to life a commemorative painting that captures the achievements, dedication, hard work, and moments of FUN had throughout the past 100 years of the SAIT Students’ Association.

Please familiarize yourself with our history and submit your responses on the accompanying form to the right (or below, on mobile).

Compensation: The successful applicant will be provided a $1000 Honorarium

Deadline: May 12, 2022

Click Here to Apply!

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Accepted file types: jpg, png, pdf, Max. file size: 300 MB, Max. files: 3.
    Please upload 1-3 samples of your artwork that speak to your artistic abilities and skill to visually tell a story.

    Media

    If These Walls Could Talk is a SAIT produced podcast celebrating the 100th birthday of the iconic Heritage Hall building. Episode 6 of the podcast A Place and a Platform for Students: Saitsa Turns 100, discusses the history of the SAIT Students’ Association and features former Saitsa Presidents who share some notable experiences.

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    Sources

    Content and photos for this timeline was gathered from a variety of sources including: