The Reflector

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Survey says parking is a nightmare

The results of a national student survey suggest Mount Royal students are happy with their education, but still have problems with parking and tend not to be involved in campus life. The annual Canadian...

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‘Sexting’ it up

Hello! I’m back (not that I really left, but it seems like it’s been a while since I wrote a column)! Once again, thank you very much for your participation in the sex survey....

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‘Fire of spirit’

We’ve all been exposed in some way to those inspirational people who contribute to society in the most amazing ways, despite some major form of physical setback. Whether they are introduced on a largely...

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Supplying the high

The trafficking of narcotics and the illegality that accompanies it is widely emphasized in the media, often in a negative light. While it is indeed more comforting to believe those directly implicated in the...

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Cigarette ban hits MRC

Mount Royal students may have to trek farther distances to buy cigarettes now that the Tobacco Reduction Act prohibits any tobacco products from being sold at the college. The new regulations were first initiated...

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Professor under fire

After writing a controversial new book, Mount Royal College professor Frances Widdowson is facing fierce criticism and calls for her dismissal. In Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry, Widdowson and co-author Albert Howard argue that “parasitic”...

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Authors use ‘flimsy knowledge’

Writing a book on the “Aboriginal industry” is certainly a worthy and important undertaking. There are lots of “industries” out there in the real world, such as cancer, diabetes, “green,” subsidization, immigration, and to...

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Aboriginal cultural gap a reality

At the forum we were hoping to provide an overview of our arguments in Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation. We were looking forward to scholarly criticisms from Dr. James...

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Riding the green wave

Biking 2,000 kilometres would be difficult for anyone, but for Mount Royal student Eily Sweeney, cycling from Calgary to Victoria this summer was more than just a physical challenge. To draw attention to the...