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Grads mark new era for Mount Royal

A sea of blue packed into Kenyon Court as Mount Royal reached an important milestone on the road towards becoming a full university. Twenty-nine students, in the criminal justice, communications, arts, and business administration...

Parking rates driven upwards for fall

Construction costs for Mount Royal’s new 1,200-stall parkade will see open lot parking passes increase by $75 for the fall semester to a rate of $180. Under provincial law the college is not allowed...

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No teeny job for Sweeney

This concludes The Reflector’s profiles of incoming SA executives. To say the VP student life position at the Students’ Association of Mount Royal College fits Eily Sweeney’s personality might be an understatement. Sweeney, who...

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Mount Royal awarded $17M for infrastructure

Mount Royal has been awarded $17.25 million in provincial and federal funding aimed at improving the college’s infrastructure, most notably in the science and nursing departments. The announcement comes as part of the two-year,...

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Environmental sciences receives $100K injection

HSBC Bank Canada has presented a cheque for $100,000 to Mount Royal’s environmental sciences program in an investment aimed at promoting sustainable development for the future. The contribution will be put towards preparing today’s...

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To whom it may concern

When 129,000 jobs turned obsolete in January the focus was the economy. Auto sectors, stock markets and inflation rates became topics of popular interest. But amidst attention being shed on these issues there are...

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Jones sets the tone

  In the next few weeks, The Reflector will feature profiles of new Students’ Association Executive Committee members on our website. Robert Jones, the new SAMRC VP external, is a firm believer in John...

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Care to wait?

    Some parents have gone to extremes to get their child enrolled in Mount Royal’s Child Care Centre, according to a representative of the program.   Anna Zacharias says the wait list currently...

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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,...