Category: Features

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Hannah’s Stampede blog

Come hell or high water Hannah Cawsey The recent flooding had Calgarians questioning whether or not their beloved Stampede would happen this year. To counteract that concern, the theme “Come Hell or High Water”...

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Blood types: new horoscopes?

How your blood may define your personality Albina Khouzina Do you believe that your astrological sign has some part in your personality and fate? The idea that a horoscope can determine your personality and...

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Study drugs

Samara Hawkins Features Editor   First things first: there is no such thing as real study drugs.   Adderall and Ritalin are prescription medications designed to help individuals who have been diagnosed with ADHD...

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A fall from grace

My journey away from religion   James Wilt Faith Columnist   It’s been about a year-and-a-half since I began writing the faith column for The Reflector.   I was a good liberal Christian then,...

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Love your junk

Nobody cares how it looks except you   Lynn Don Sex Columnist   Sex is kind of gross. When you really start to think about it, it’s mainly sticky, sweaty and smelly.   Due...

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Surviving on Ubuntu

Operating system has quirks, but it’s manageable   BAJ Visser Staff Writer   It’s among the worst nightmares of many a student at Mount Royal University — the loss of their computer.   Whether...

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Bullying not just for kids

Don’t do it to others, get help if it happens to you   Maria Carbajal Contributor   Bullying is often thought of as something that happens only to kids and teenagers.   But it...

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Dogs in the hall

MRU ideal classroom for service dogs   Alyssa Smith Staff Writer   There’s something magically healing about squealing over an adorable, fuzzy animal.   Arguably, it’s the reason it’s so easy to lose hours...

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Keep calm and play with a puppy

Alyssa Smith Staff Writer   If you like animals and are lucky enough to not have allergies, spending time with a dog is a proven way to de-stress.   Service dogs are typically paired...

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Michael Shermer speaks at U of C

Famed skeptic lauds progress but sacrifices environmental concerns   James Wilt Faith Columnist   It’s not too often that Calgarians are granted the chance to see a famed skeptic speak. It’s perhaps a once-a-year...