Calgary-Elbow byelection forum

A 2014 byelection primer

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Students could expect tuition increase beginning next year

Market modifiers may be coming to MRU — Business, Science and Nursing beware!

Students could expect tuition increase beginning next year   Students could expect tuition increase beginning next year

MRU proposing significant tuition hikes

Students marched around MRU to hold government accountable for broken promises in light of proposed market modifiers

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Glorious Sons’ rock reputation lives on

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Calgary-Elbow byelection

Who will replace Alison Redford as MRU's representative in Edmonton?

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Calgary-Elbow byelection forum

Progressive Conservative candidate no-show: Gordon Dirks follows Jim Prentice in deciding to ditch forum Dayla Brown News Editor   Calgary-Elbow candidates Greg Clark, Alberta Party, Stephanie McLean, New Democratic Party (NDP), and Susan Wright, Liberal Party, sat on stage at Mount Royal University in a forum for the upcoming by-elections on Tuesday evening.   In […]


Beauty and brawn blur at Gender Bender

SAMRU Pride Week hosts event celebrating sex and gender diversity Amanda Ducheminsky Sports Editor   Bustiers, boas, beers and buzzing give-a-ways were all featured at MRU’s Pride Week star event, the Gender Bender. On Oct. 16, The Hub was packed with people from every sexual orientation downing drinks, watching performers and celebrating diversity.   “For […]


X-Fest 2014

Artists rock Calgary in a tour de force Hannah Cawsey Staff Writer


Reflectorial: On stress

Do your anxieties have anxieties?   Charlie Brown said that his did. Even though most might say that his approach to life was pretty depressing and perhaps overly dramatic. Even Linus would say to him that “of all the Charlie Browns in the world, you’re the Charlie Browniest!”   But no matter what was up […]


Book battles

Literary Death Match returns to Calgary as a part of Wordfest’s word festivities Becca Paterson Features Editor   Literary Death Match, hosted by co-creator Adrian Todd Zuniga, pits four notable and distinguished authors against each other in a hilarious literary battle.   Consisting of three rounds — rounds one and two see two different pairs […]


CFL rivalry: Stamps get ready to take on Riders at home

Hang onto your watermelons! Amanda Ducheminsky Sports Editor   The Calgary Stampeders will take on the Saskatchewan Roughriders, on Friday, Oct. 24, for the first time at home. Tensions will be high, as the Riders come off of a four game losing streak.   Yet, the atmosphere at any CFL game, where the two teams […]


A message from your Students’ Association: To the Unwashed Masses

Why should you vote? It won’t matter anyway… or will it? Tristan Smyth SAMRU Vice President Academic   Don’t vote.   That’s what your gut is probably telling you, I know mine is. Voting is a lot of work: finding the nearest polling station, bringing the necessary identification, making an informed decision. On Oct. 27, […]