Students take concerns to government doorstep

The students united will never be defeated!

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Turning bylaws that ‘suck’ into something sweet

SAMRU’s Annual General Meeting announces new bylaws to make exec team more efficient

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Sex Column: Christmas is cumming

Get naughty by gifting something nice to your lover this holiday.

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Taking an ancient survival skill to new heights

Climbing culture is what's up

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Corporate gyms care about coin, not your health

Watch that fine print — you could be signing your life away.

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News

Link between cyber-bulling and suicide rates on the rise

Take a stand; save a life Dayla Brown News Editor   Alone, isolated, unwanted and outcast are just some of the words that commonly cross the mind of someone who’s being bullied. According to Canadian Children’s Rights Council (CCRC), suicide is the second leading cause of death for 10 to 24-year-olds in Canada.   Eight […]

Features

Tech Column: Tech the Halls!

A guide to getting the perfect gift for the techie in your life this holiday season Logan Krupa, Tech Columnist Welcome to The Reflector’s 2014 tech gift guide! There are lots of great gadgets out there for everyone to enjoy, regardless of what their interests may be. In some cases (where noted), I have recommended […]

Photos

X-Fest 2014

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

Editorial

Reflectorial: On Anger

What makes you angry? If were to ask Lucy she would probably say nothing… when in reality it’s everything. Linus and his stupid blanket, playing baseball and most of all Snoopy and his slobbery dog kisses.     I guess the better question is not what makes you angry, because let’s be real: at this […]

Arts

A Christmas Movie Marathon

What better way to spend your break than a Christmas movie marathon? Kari Pedersen Arts Editor     With school coming to an end and the holiday season just beginning, we at The Reflector put together a Christmas movie countdown, so you know which movies are a must see while you lounge in your pyjamas […]

Sports

How would you rank Calgary’s sport facilities?

Sport Calgary releases 2014 facility and demand study Amanda Ducheminsky Sports Editor     Whether you’re skating at a local hockey arena or sliding into home base at a community’s baseball diamond, you are engaging with Calgary’s sporting facilities. Has there been a time where you or your team were unable to access a Calgary […]

Columns

Tech Column: Tech the Halls!

A guide to getting the perfect gift for the techie in your life this holiday season Logan Krupa, Tech Columnist Welcome to The Reflector’s 2014 tech gift guide! There are lots of great gadgets out there for everyone to enjoy, regardless of what their interests may be. In some cases (where noted), I have recommended […]