Category: News

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The results are in . . .

After an election campaign marked by few candidates and low voter turnout, three new faces will join the SAMRC Executive Council. Eily Sweeney, Robert Jones and Erin Delamont all ran uncontested in the 2009...

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Under the microscope

We all know that research plays a huge part in the lives of university faculties. That’s why we all came to a college, right? But as Mount Royal makes the transition towards university status,...

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Mr. Bush pays a visit

It was a flashback to December 2008 when former president George W. Bush successfully dodged two flying shoes thrown his way by an Iraqi journalist through what has been described as a symbolic attack....

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Delamont pays her dues

In the next few weeks, the Reflector will feature profiles of new Executive Committee members at the Students’ Association, starting with VP academic hopeful Erin Delamont. For the past two years Erin Delamont has...

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Students: file your taxes free online

Click here to file your taxes online Your taxes are due at midnight on April 30. Are you ready? Many students’ tax returns are easy — for a trained accountant. As belts are tightened...

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New Wyckham opens with a bang

Wyckham House, Mount Royal’s independently owned student centre, celebrated the grand opening of a recent $13-million expansion with a big party on March 14. The night’s celebrations included a reception with about 150 staff,...

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Free money, apply within

  Despite struggles in financial need for tuition, accommodation and other post-secondary necessities, students can avoid unnecessary anxiety through other readily available alternatives.  Mount Royal College has made scholarships and bursaries one of its...

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Walking on sunshine

  Increasing levels of the so-called “sunshine vitamin” can drastically reduce a person’s chance of developing metabolic bone disease, deadly cancers, heart disease and a host of other diseases, says a world-renowned medical expert...

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Feeling the crunch

  Amid falling oil prices, rising unemployment and reduced investment, the Alberta government forecast a $39.9 billion revenue with diminutive resources for funding part of college revenues leaving lobbyists abysmally little wiggle room to...