Category: News

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Steamer’s is dead, long live Quiznos

Students prefer real meat in their buns   Samara Hawkins Staff Writer   The opening of Quiznos in Herb ‘n Market this semester marked a new player in Mount Royal University’s hunger games, and...

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MRU hosts first campus debate on religion

If religion is harmful it’s because humans are harmful, says associate professor   Holly Triebwasser Staff Writer   For such a controversial topic, there were still many empty seats in the Jenkins Theatre on...

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MRU team to tackle world’s highest peak

Pamela Di Pinto Staff Writer Two of Mount Royal University’s own are expected to reach new heights next month.   Professor Trevor Day and fourth-year health sciences student Michael Tymko will embark on a...

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First Nations youth share wisdom

Tales told through poetry, dance and photography   Lindsay Douglas Staff Writer   Wisdom stories reflect on three questions: Who am I? What are the opportunities in my community? What kind of changes can...

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Instructors check RateMyProfessors.com

Study says review site gives consensus, but what do profs think?   Samara Hawkins Staff Writer   As the semester wears on, many students have developed an opinion on their instructors, for better or...

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MRU rocked by robbery charge

SA’s last president accused of holding up credit union   Rachael Frey News Editor   Working 12-hour days, serving on 32 committees and a gambling addiction. Meghan Melnyk had a lot on her plate...

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Opinion: Tight-lipped governance a bad idea

Bryan Weismiller Publishing Editor   It didn’t have to happen like this.   The Meghan Melnyk fiasco could’ve played out much differently had the student government been more transparent following her departure.   There’s...

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$1-million donation backs MRU scholars

Nexen program helps faculty focus on education research   Rachael Frey News Editor   Students come to university to learn, but they aren’t just studying — they’re also being studied.   Mount Royal University...