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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...

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No go for logo

  Mount Royal needed a logo to celebrate its 100th anniversary, and decided to hold a competition where students submit their designs. A panel of distinguished judges chose two finalists, and online voting was...

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Editor returns

A familiar face will be returning to the helm of the Reflector next fall. Jeremy Nolais has reclaimed his position as Publishing Editor for the second year in a row. The fourth-year journalism student...

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An inconclusive truth?

A new report from the Frontier Centre for Public Policy has called for a greater balance in the teaching of environmental issues in North American classrooms. The background report, written by Manitoba high school...

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Welcome to Mount Royal University

New provincial legislation will allow Mount Royal College to become Mount Royal University as early as this summer. The Post-Secondary Learning Amendment Act will be introduced during the new session at the Alberta Legislature....

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Trip tease

Ding, ding, ding! Congratulations, you just won a free trip to Mexico! This is where you have a small freak out session, run straight to the nearest swimsuit shop and dig out that old...

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Province gives go-ahead for Mount Royal University

Don Braid of the Calgary Herald reported today that Mount Royal College will soon be given the go-ahead to become Mount Royal University by the provincial government. According to “government sources,” the Post-Secondary Learning...

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Students sing MRC’s praises to AUCC committee

by Alan Mattson Students gathered in Wyckham House Jan. 29 to tell the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) visiting committee about their experiences at Mount Royal in the hopes of gaining...

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Parkade in the works

Mount Royal drivers will have fewer parking spots available and will pay more for permits in the upcoming fall semester, but they won’t find how much it will increase until April. The increase in...