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Matthew de Grood deemed fit to stand trial

Accused ordered by judge to appear in court after psychological care Dayla Brown News Editor   Matthew de Grood has been charged in what the Calgary police Chief, Rick Hanson, has deemed as the...

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Copywrite, out of sight

Longstanding Wyckham House service to close Omar Omar Staff Writer   The signs are there, and they’re certain. The Copywrite, a used textbook consignment store and printer and copier service in the basement of...

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‘Step up’ against dating violence at MRU

Stepping Up Community Fair highlights projects about healthy relationships Dayla Brown News Editor   On March 16, the Stepping Up Community Fair broadcasted the various projects, created by students, to prevent dating violence, keeping...

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What happened to Responsibella?

Safe sex super heroine disappears, leaving gap in sex education Dayla Brown News Editor   You’re sitting in the doctor’s office on the uncomfortable bed with a piece of paper covering you from the...

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SAMRU election candidates face-off on campus issues

Students express concern over how Mount Royal is being represented Dayla Brown News Editor   On Feb. 27, SAMRU Candidates took the stage to face-off against each other. Erik Queenan, running unopposed for President,...

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Your 2015-2016 SAMRU Executives

The results are in: check out the new student government lineup This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for: your new SAMRU executives have been elected for the upcoming 2015–2016 year. Erik Queenan,...

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Roll up the recycling

Enactus program transforms old coffee cups into new products Dayla Brown News Editor   With Tim Horton’s Roll Up the Rim campaign, thousands of cups are being used and tossed each day. Tim Horton’s...

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Faculty changes slated for 2016

Proposals put forward to reduce MRU’s faculties from seven to five Dayla Brown News Editor Due to major budget-cuts, Mount Royal has experienced a lot of changes. Most recently. the prospect of Market Modifiers...

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Wyckham’s student centres under review

Student traffic in near future may result in changes to services offered Omar Omar Staff Writer   Ever go to the Peer Support’s free breakfast? Do you indulge yourself in learning of native culture...