The Reflector

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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...

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Where’s the gold?

Opinion We are seeing signs of the upcoming 2010 Olympics in Vancouver everywhere. I think the mascots are frigging adorable, the T-shirts okay and the hoodies a little scary, but the sense of excitement...

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Build it, and they will come

Opinion Mount Royal’s decade-long quest for university status seems to be hitting its zenith. Inspectors from the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada — the country’s de facto university accrediting body — will...

Why Canucks love Obama

There was laughing, there was cheering and there were tears. American flags were stretched high into the air as the room fell silent and every student hung on to President Barack Obama’s every word...

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Cambodian Caravan

Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is an anthill prodded by a curious boy. Tuk-tuks rev their engines, signalling the beginning of their nightly hunt for fares. Food vendors close the glass doors of...

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Expression behind bars

Going into prisons and communicating with and instructing inmates in the art of dance has the potential to be a daunting task for many people, Amie Dowling is not one of these. Dowling has...

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Invisible in my city

Donning masks and dark-hooded sweatshirts, three young actors strove to portray the lives of the invisible in a production entitled This is My City during week three of Calgary’s High Performance Rodeo. Produced in...

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‘Good grief’

Actors face many challenges from learning their lines, to mastering stage directions, but the cast of the upcoming Mount Royal production of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, has a different kind of obstacle....