The Reflector

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All the right moves

In a time of recession, now more than ever the gap between poverty and big money can be seen. When looking at sports it is sometimes unfathomable to see how much some athletes are...

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Kings of the court

    Depth, unselfishness and good old-fashioned hard work have led the Cougars men’s basketball team to its first Canadian Colleges Athletic Association national title in 40 years.    Head coach Marc Dobell said...

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Behind the scenes

    Any Mount Royal Cougars game, final result or special event doesn’t happen without the knowledge of events and communications coordinator Kyle Henry.   Henry graduated from the broadcasting program at SAIT in...

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Building up the scene

One of the many constants in life is the proliferation of haters in every city. It doesn’t seem to matter where you live, there’s going to be people who blame the city for everything...

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Life on the fringe

Every city has a nitty-gritty underbelly, including our very own conservative Calgary. Infiltrating Inglewood, Calgary’s original downtown core, is the annual dose of the odd and unexpected on stage, known as the Fringe Festival....

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Summer heats up at Sled Island

In only two years, Sled Island has firmly established itself as Calgary’s coolest summer festival, a mini version of Texas’s South by Southwest festival that balances music, art, and film from both local and...

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Cowtown’s hottest summer festivals

Afrikadey! 2009 Aug. 2-8 You hope that it’s a safe bet to schedule a week long, primarily outdoors festival at the beginning of August in the city of Calgary, but it can be a...

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Apply within

    Today’s economic news may be gloom and doom but it needn’t derail your summer job hunt.    However, this summer finding that perfect job will be much harder because there will be...

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Jaunty Jezebel: Sexy Shakespearean subtext

Shakespeare. Sex. Shakespearian sex? Shakespeare and sex together in the same sentence? You bet. Forget what your English teachers taught you (if you haven’t already) about Shakespeare. This literary genius is all about sex,...

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News editor bids farewell

The first story I wrote for The Reflector was published on March 8, 2007. It was about a Students’ Association referendum on increasing the cost of the Universal Transit Pass. As a bright-eyed first-year...