Small business owners gain help from Mount Royal students Dayla Brown Staff Writer Torrents of water violently pushed through window panes and wooden doors, flooding homes and forcing residents out of High River and into homelessness. Fences were flattened, and the earth took a new shape. Railroad tracks stood vertically upwards from the [...]
Get your game on at the second floor of Wyckham House Emitt Nerd in the Shadowz In our last issue of The Reflector, we talked about the severe symptoms of stress and how it can physically manifest itself in your life. Now, meet a group on campus who has found their unique outlet [...]
On March 22, John Carpay wrote an opinion column for the Calgary Herald condemning Mount Royal University’s administration for not supporting free speech and encouraged President David Docherty to “simply apologize to Nicholas for the shameful behaviour of MRU staff.” This condemnation came after, according to Carpay’s column, Nicholas McLeod was allegedly attacked by [...]
A music lover’s guide to what summer has in store Becca Paterson Arts Editor Sled Island – June 18-22 Just seven years old and Sled Island has already made a name for itself in the Canadian music festival scene in a big way. Spread over 30 venues across Calgary, this festival hosts [...]
Mount Royal student and hard-core skier Spencer Romanchuk guides us through the Rockies Bobby Danger Jones Sports Editor It takes a special breed of person to survive and thrive in the rarely explored Rocky Mountains, let alone propel yourself down them attached to composite planks and gripping poles. Spencer Romanchuk, who recently placed [...]
Hulk Vs. Bryce Johnson, Steve Blum and Matthew Wolf Lionsgate January 29, 2009 Hulk Vs. is a combination of two made-for-TV-movies in which the Hulk battles either Wolverine — in continuation of their long struggles — or Thor; fresh from victories in Asgard. Running a combined time of 80 minutes these movies offer a large [...]
In their second episode of How to Cook if You Suck at Cooking Megan Eichhorn and Stephanie Watt make perogies in the microwave.
Wearable tech enters the mainstream BAJ Visser Tech Columnist It’s pretty much official now: 2014 is the year of wearable tech. Now wearable tech isn’t really a new thing. Calculator watches first appeared in the mid 70s, followed soon after by watches that included video games or simple computers able to store [...]