Category: Editorial

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Eradicate SquirrelMail

Ah, noble SquirrelMail. Since the turn of the millennium, the open-source system has been providing acceptable, free email services to users across the Internet. Mount Royal adopted it around 2005 because it was the...

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A+ coming too easy for MRU

When we’ve shut our mouths long enough to stop complaining about parking, and we’ve stepped out of the glow of our deservedly fancy centennial celebrations, we’re going to realize there’s something else that’s really...

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Time to look at election process

The Students’ Association, annually plagued with an irrepressible lack of enthusiasm for elections, is trying to reach students with a cheeky campaign for voting. “Vote Naked” is the slogan, featuring outgoing SAMRU executive members...

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Show up and make it happen

by Chris Harper Guest Columnist You could probably call me an addict. When it comes to my addiction, I can’t say no. I just have to do it. Maybe I need help, but it...

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Take heed of ‘Learning Outcomes’

January is the time of year when The Reflector regularly begins talking about a lack of student engagement on campus. We bemoan the dearth of interest in the Students’ Association election and wonder why...

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The scary side of sports

by Blaine Meller Another Halloween has come and gone, but this time, it left something behind other than stomach aches and dentist bills: The scariest sports personalities of all time. 1. Mike Tyson In...

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Nursing shortage may be a simple numbers game

When Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach made a campaign pledge in February 2008 to graduate an additional 225 doctors and nurses annually over the next four years in an attempt to address the province’s health-care...