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

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Sex Column: Back-to-school sex rules

School isn't just a place for books a learning, after all

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Professional athletes’ advice to Mount Royal University students

McMorris brothers give MRU students advice for success

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X-Fest 2014

X-Fest rocks Calgary

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Matthew de Grood’s psychological assessment to be released

Assessment will reveal whether de Grood can be held criminally responsible foractions Dayla Brown News Editor   The results of Matthew de Grood’s psychiatric evaluation will be released in late September. Initially, the court would hear whether de Grood could be held criminally responsible for his actions on Aug. 29, but after appearing briefly on […]


Your homework: go to more concerts

One student’s discovery on coping with stress and tackling coursework Chad Baird Contributor   For the past two years, I have been partaking in an experiment. I am the test subject and I am the evaluator. I believe that one simple factor can make you a better student. I want you to truly smile, embrace […]


X-Fest 2014

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


On adaptability

“How can you do ‘new math’ with a ‘old math mind’?” said Linus.   Maybe you’re taking five courses, or more, you work part-time, volunteer on the weekends, you’re in a club, you’re taking additional courses online, you’re an avid blogger or you have friends that are in a really rough place and they need […]


Noise 101: Giving hope back to Calgary

After the worst mass murder in Calgary’s history, students and community join to honour those lost Kari Pedersen Arts Editor   Hope: the grounds to believe that something good may happen.   High Hopes, a benefit concert for the victims of the Brentwood stabbing, took place on Sept. 4 at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. […]


The fantasy sports phenomenon

Think you have what it takes to build your own team? Amanda Ducheminsky Sports Editor   According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FTSA), in 2014 there were 41 million Canadians and Americans, age 12 and over, playing fantasy sports. American football is the most active fantasy league in the U.S. and Canada before baseball […]


Faith Column: Love thy neighbour

…but does that mean every person? Maria Carbajal Faith Columnist   Quran 45:14 Matthew 5:44   Many religions call for their followers to love one another, including their enemies, which seems to be a contradictory and difficult task. If you love someone, wouldn’t that make them no longer an enemy? With all the hurt in […]