When he’s not studying to be a nurse at Mount Royal, Johnston Tant has difficulties with bouncy ground and takes a tumble.
Kayla Jankovics fares better than some of her classmates in the nursing department as she breezes through the bouncy slide with a smile on her face.
Calm Asa Coma gets the show started by appealing to the hometown crowd.
Mount Royal University President David Docherty is living large at his school’s back-to-school bash, welcoming students back for another fun and successful year.
Down With Webster takes advantage of the older crowd to promote an activity they enjoy partaking in during their downtime. Students were definitely left with family values coming away from the band’s choice of hats.
Down With Webster smugly encourages the audience to join in on what they are doing, giving a hand clap everyone can get down with.
Michael Rault might be the name of the band, but that won’t stop any of his band member’s from showing off their skills. His touring band, The Mixed Signals, clearly don’t live up to their name as they play a solid show for Mount Royal.
Michael Rault may have moved away to Toronto, but he was given a warm welcome for coming home to Alberta to play at U Fest.
After spending all day in the lab, science student Jessee Avery does his best Hulk Smash, trying to break apart a frozen t-shirt just so he can put it on.
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