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“Healin’ is a journey”

By Kim Suvan The Reflector On Oct. 15 author Robert Arthur Alexie, former chief of one of the most northernly ab­original peoples living on the North American continent, will be bringing his tale of...

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No more Styrofoam

With thousands of people visiting Wyckham House each week it was clear to the SAMRU that they needed to start ad­dressing some environmental issues to limit waste. First item on the agenda: Styrofoam. On...

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New clinic aims to save your molars, money

Students in need of a quick dental checkup, routine cleaning or oral hygiene consultation have a new option located in the basement of Wyckham House. Under the direction of registered dental hygienist Joelle Pickles,...

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Doorman dropped in dispute

A doorman at Classic Jack’s restaurant on 17th Ave. was let go after allegedly refusing entry to a MRU grad and his friend in the early morning of Sept. 18 after judging the latter...

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Mount Royal goes green

Mount Royal and the Students’ Association are mak­ing the effort to become more environmentally sustainable and threw two sustainability events on Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 to raise student awareness of several initiatives. Beginning...

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Mount Royal population booms

Despite the recession spelling downsize for many Canadian companies, such was not the case for Canadian universities and colleges, which saw substantial increases across the country in applications for the 2009/10 academic year. Mount...

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While you were gone

5. New coaches added to Cougars’ pack Three new faces will man the benches as the Cougars kick off 2009-10 ACAC action. Sandra Lamb, who has served as an off-campus coach for the Cougars...

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Mount Royal parkade contract awarded

Armtec Infrastructure Income Fund announced Tuesday that is has been awarded a $10-million contract to construct Mount Royal’s roughly $40 million, 1,200 stall parkade. The contract has been given to the organization’s Con-Force division,...

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Folk Fest: Campbell, Bellowhead fire up weekend

After a full day of workshops, the mainstage returned at Prince’s Island Park on Saturday night. Some of the major performers included 73-year-old veteran musician Glen Campbell and the raucous 11-person instrumental group known...

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Folk Fest: Queen of the swamp

For the better part of 20 years, Kat Danser worked with people who were dying. Not exactly a cheery profession. Now, much of the heartfelt emotion poured into the 41-year-old’s  performances comes directly from...