Category: News

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Students help boost economy in High River

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...

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Gender bender bends perceptions

Pride Centre volunteers bust the gender binary and open minds   Kaity Brown News Editor   The second Gender Bender of this academic year took place at The Hub with an impressive line-up of...

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Shire Scholarship aims to coach students with ADHD

Zak Ericsson recounts the support and opportunities that he received from the Shire Scholarship   Kari Pedersen Staff Writer   When Zak Ericsson was completing his undergrad at the University of Lethbridge, he was...

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Reflectorial: A presidential pardon

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...

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Budget woes far from over

Despite what MLA Dave Hancock had to say, 2014 budget for Alberta post-secondary education will essentially remain the same   Kari Pedersen Staff Writer   Mount Royal University is still feeling the repercussions of...

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Record-breaking voter turnout at MRU

Mount Royal increased their voter turnout by 8 per cent at the polls this election   Maria Carbajal Staff Writer   The Students’ Association of Mount Royal University finished their 10-day-long election period on...

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Bankruptcy causes thousands owed

National advertising agency owes campus publications across Canada   Dayla Brown Staff Writer   Campus Plus (CP), a national advertising agency, went bankrupt last year and as a result, the agency now owes campus...

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MRU Round Dance shines light on Women’s Day

The topic of women took centre stage as the Native Student Centre celebrated its 15th anniversary and International Women’s Day   Kyla Bodley Staff Writer   On March 8, the Native Student Centre organized...