LINK magazine is SAIT's award-winning alumni publication. Published twice a year in print and available 24/7 online, LINK uses the best in writing, design and visuals to take an inside look at the research, innovation and people who are making a practical difference on SAIT’s campus and in the world.
The Spring 2019 edition is now on stands and online!
In this issue, LINK goes analogue: using classic black and white photography to illustrate human stories and human skills.
Meet the community of photography students who return to learn in SAIT’s darkroom again and again, and whose dedication to stepping away from digital to work with film has inspired this analogue edition.
We also introduce you to Yukio Kitagawa (Carpentry ‘59), an 82-year-old alumnus who recently completed his fundraising goal of cycling 100,000 km.
As the Cadmus Trades Teaching Chair announces its Chair for 2019/20, explore 15 years of this unique award and its lasting impact on learning at SAIT.
Learn tips on foraging with culinary instructor Andrew Hewson, read how Rae LaBerge (PHTR ’11) has just opened her own Traditional Chinese Medicine practice, and take a glimpse behind the curtain with magician’s assistant Gwyn Auger (PCK ’06, DMC ’14).
Watch for your copy of LINK to arrive in your mailbox, read it online now, or pick it up from one of the many stands on campus.
Choose the way you want to read LINK: in print, online or both. Fill out the reading preferences form and tell us how you'd like to receive this award-winning magazine.
LINK magazine archive
Visit the LINK archives online to read all current and back issues of LINK.