Category: News

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Stats suggest Safewalk program underused

by Rachael Frey The Reflector Daily exercise may be an important part of staying healthy, but it shouldn’t include a fearful sprint to your car after the sun goes down. Statistics from the 2010...

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SAMRU executive council looks back

Robert Jones    President What was your  best experience? My best experience was working with government and having them be excited about some of the ideas we had as student leaders, such as our...

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The man, the myth, the hair

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor It doesn’t take straight As to head up a large non-profit organization and work with a multi-million-dollar budget, just ask Robert Jones, president of the Students’ Association of Mount...

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New pharmacy to come in Wyckham House

by Devin Ayotte Starting soon, Mount Royal University students won’t have to leave campus to fill up their prescriptions.After spending several years working in pharmacies across the province, University of Alberta graduate Thomas Yeung...

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Copyright tax could trigger digital shift

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor Copyright legislation may be the furthest thing from most people’s minds as they welcome in a new year. However, changes to copyright licenses this year could see Mount Royal...

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New music facilities sound good

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor After spending more than a decade securing finances for the $70-million project, Mount Royal University has started looking for a construction company to build a new conservatory to house...

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Changes coming to MRU campus bookstore

The evolution of the publishing industry has caused the campus bookstore to continually adjust their business model to keep up with the times. “I’ve been in this industry a long time and there’s always...