Instructor disputes cost MRU

A combined $250,000 was put up by the university to resolve administrative bullying and harassment — Chair Bruce Foster explains the expense shows that the university cares about its instructors

Instructor disputes cost MRU Instructor disputes cost MRU

Copywrite, out of sight

Longstanding Wyckham House service to close

Copywrite, out of sight Copywrite, out of sight

Faith Column: Religious debate stirs up discussion in Wyckham

Religious representatives discuss avoided topics in an open-forum on campus

Faith Column: Religious debate stirs up discussion in Wyckham Faith Column: Religious debate stirs up discussion in Wyckham

Cougars devastate Dinos at 2015 Crowchild Classic

MRU hockey teams come out winners at the Crowchild Classic, leaving Dinos to pick up pieces of pride

Cougars devastate Dinos at 2015 Crowchild Classic Cougars devastate Dinos at 2015 Crowchild Classic

The failure of New Year’s resolutions

Not to worry — this year can actually be different

The failure of New Year’s resolutions The failure of New Year’s resolutions

News

NDP wins majority in shocking Alberta election

Rachel Notley lead her party to victory for the first time in Alberta history on May 5, plans for investment in education could be positive changes for MRU Kari Pedersen Publishing Editor   As the Calgary Flames took their first game against the Anaheim Ducks, another unlikely win was happening on Alberta television sets. For […]

Features

Summer of tech

Your top 4 must have gadgets Logan Krupa Tech Columnist   It might be tough to imagine now, but soon exams will be over and we’ll all be outside in our shorts. A summer of adventures and fun awaits us! Here are five tech items that should make for a great summer! Droning on and […]

Photos

X-Fest 2014

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

Editorial

Reflectorial: Is print dead?

This question is more alive today than any other when it comes to the news. And after witnessing countless casualities of once-thriving papers and magazines, it’s a question that papers here in Calgary can’t get away from.   We were devastated to hear of the loss of Fast Forward Weekly (FFWD) which was not just […]

Arts

Come out, come out wherever you are!

First person: Sixth annual Coming Out Monologues YYC inspires many Kari Pedersen Arts Editor   To say the Coming Out Monologues was the highlight of my week would be a serious understatement. Taking place from March 18-20, every night featured different amazingly brave and talented performers telling their coming out stories in unique ways. On […]

Sports

Calgary Flames season leaves Calgary residents feeling proud

A ‘Cinderella Story’ season has ignited flames fans with excitement for the future and left them ready to see what kind of magic the flames will provide next season Kari Pedersen Publishing Editor   Much to the dismay of Calgary Flames fans everywhere, on May 10 the little team that could was knocked out of […]

Columns

Summer of tech

Your top 4 must have gadgets Logan Krupa Tech Columnist   It might be tough to imagine now, but soon exams will be over and we’ll all be outside in our shorts. A summer of adventures and fun awaits us! Here are five tech items that should make for a great summer! Droning on and […]