The Reflector

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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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Reflecting on time well spent

I don’t really do the whole crying thing. In fact, ask those who know best and few will tell you they have ever seen me shed tear; so you can imagine my surprise as...

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You say goodbye and we say hello

Telling someone to jump in headfirst is awful advice. Most of us spend several years of our youth in swimming lessons learning about the dangers of doing so, especially when you don’t know how...

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You say goodbye and we say hello

For those of you who have managed to stop by The Reflector office over the past four years, you may have seen me hovering about. It seems the comfy red chairs of this basement...

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Love of the game

Sneakers squeak, you hear the sound of feet pounding on plywood, deep voices shouting for the ball and then the sweet sound of a swish — the basketball falling right through the net making...

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Council in session

After just two weeks in their new roles, the SAMRU Students’ Council have eagerly put the wheels in motion to shape the future policies, bylaws and direction of the Students’ Association. On Oct. 5,...

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Something to write home about

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but isn’t it nicer to have writers create pictures for you? WordFest is back in town for a six-day run Oct. 13-18, and director Anne...

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Calgary man whistling a new tune

By Claire Miglionico The Reflector Not everyone can whistle and, surely, not everyone can whistle their way off the streets. For Mike Holloway, whistling helped turn his life around. Two years ago, Holloway was...

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Off to Ontario

The Mount Royal men’s golf team took their 19th gold in the teams’ history during the ACAC Championships Sept. 27 and 28 at the Wintergreen Golf and Country Club in Bragg Creek. The team...