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

MRU proposing significant tuition hikes MRU proposing significant tuition hikes

Glorious Sons’ rock reputation lives on

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Glorious Sons’ rock reputation lives on Glorious Sons’ rock reputation lives on

Calgary-Elbow byelection

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

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Riddell Library breaks ground

Construction on new library and learning centre is underway for a 2017 opening

Riddell Library breaks ground   Riddell Library breaks ground


SAMRU seeks students’ signatures

Signed letters will be sent to the government demanding funding Dayla Brown News Editor   On Oct. 8 Students Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) executives set up a booth and called for students to sign letters to Don Scott, Alberta Minister of Innovation and Advanced Education, and Jim Prentice, Premier of Alberta, demanding the […]


‘User Replies Selectively’

There’s more to online dating than clicking a button Kat Carrier Contributor   A while back, I read an article called “Why Girls in Their Twenties are Single and Remain Single” by Joe Welkie. It pointed out some hilarious facts about dealing with women on online dating sites. His argument that women in their twenties […]


X-Fest 2014

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


On potential

“There’s no greater burden than a great potential!”   At least that is what Linus famously said after his parents, his teachers and the principal of the school were upset with him and disappointed in him when he didn’t make the honour roll. They all said the same thing: they are “disappointed because [he] has […]


Noise 101: CD Reviews for Oct 9

Leonard Cohen   Popular Problems   Columbia   Score: A   On Sept. 21, Leonard Cohen turned 80 years old and released a new CD.   Popular Problems is the perfect title for Cohen’s latest release. He covers betrayal, war, famine, indigenous treaties and more.   He sounds like he smoked two packs of cigarettes […]


10 reasons to start your Saturday nights at the rink

Coach Bert Gilling and fans speak up about Cougars hockey Amanda Ducheminsky Sports Editor   The Cougars men’s hockey team destroyed their University of Lethbridge opponents 7 – 0 on Saturday, Sept. 27. The women’s team won their second game, on Oct. 5, against the University of Calgary in a shoot out. This year’s teams […]


Talking to a Dragon

Write your next paper without ever touching a keyboard Logan Krupa Tech Columnist   Typing out long papers is an awful endeavour. The repetitive click, clack, click of the keyboard can only be ignored because of the searing pain in one’s wrists and fingers.   Personally, I am a slow typist. If I were typing […]