Category: News

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Palin visit draws few protestors

by Kylie Robertson Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin spoke on March 6 in Calgary – her first Canadian appearance since she resigned office in 2009. Former U.S. president George W. Bush was in Calgary...

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Reasonable rentals off campus

by Catherine Szabo In the past three years, Samantha Murdock, a business student, has moved six times between Mount Royal University residence and her hometown of Edmonton. Her roommate, Lisa Stevens, has moved five...

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Beating boredom: Marathoning it up

So I’ve recently purchased a TV series on DVD, which I will try not to go into to much detail about, as my friends can attest to, I won’t stop talking about it once...

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Rolling to campus

by Zoey Duncan Campus sustainability proj-ects are visible throughout the school: the award-winning, environmentally friendly Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning and the recent expulsion of Styrofoam from Wyckham House to name a few....

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School spirit subtle but present on campus

by Miriam Ostermann Despite many students’ views that school spirit at Mount Royal University is declining, the Students’ Association at the university has seen an increase in clubs, greater numbers of volunteers and new...

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Co-working makes space for freelancers

By Michaela Kemp We’ve all seen them. They crowd around tables at Starbucks, frantically typing on their laptops, answering calls, and rolling their eyes when the table beside them gets too loud. Some of...

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Memorial march honours dead and missing women

by Kelsey Hipkin Bringing attention to and honouring the thousands of women either killed or missing in Canada, the second annual Valentine’s Day Women’s Memorial March will take place on Feb.14. The walk, which...