- Published on Friday, 20 January 2012 11:26
- Written by LAURA LUSHINGTON
Upstairs in the library of the Calgary Science School, a group of students huddle around a mat watching intensely as a robot tries to deliver dinner to a waiting kitchen table.
Aside from its computer chip and mechanical parts is something special — it's a robot made of Lego.
- Published on Friday, 20 January 2012 10:54
- Written by JAMES WILT
Edgemont represents development where the car — not the person — was the priority
Real estate agents probably don't have too many problems selling homes in Edgemont. After all, the northwest community is full of ravines, schools, views of the mountains and expansive lots; the 16,534 residents in the community have a median salary of $102,950 per year.
- Published on Friday, 16 December 2011 09:52
- Written by VERENA ISAK
A look at one Calgarian's remarkable journey
Chelsea Gillum, a 23-year-old Mount Royal University student, worked from December 2009 to January 2010 in Uganda as a social worker, and says her experiences there influenced her outlook on life and choice of studies.
- Published on Thursday, 15 December 2011 15:48
- Written by ALYSSA QUIRICO
Bypassing the university life is becoming more acceptable option for graduates
High school students all over Alberta are logging volunteer hours and gathering their portfolios, transcripts and resumes to present to recruiters from post-secondary education institutions all over the world.
Other students, however, are logging work hours, putting together resumes and
- Scarboro survives as an historic inner city community
- Aldermen share their New Year’s resolutions
- New wellness centre to open in northeast
- City announces road conditions app for mobile devices
- Community president steps down after contributing thousands of hours
- Edgemont Culture Night brings community closer