The Reflector

X-Fighters soar through Calgary skies

Photographer Duncan Kinney and Publishing Editor Jeremy Nolais spent a recent evening at the Red Bull X-Fighters in Calgary. Australia’s Robbie Maddison came out on top.

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X-Fighters take flight in Canadian debut

In about one month’s time, the top cowboys in the world will descend on the Calgary Stampede grounds for the world’s “greatest show on Earth.” And while there’s no denying that strapping yourself to...

Parking rates driven upwards for fall

Construction costs for Mount Royal’s new 1,200-stall parkade will see open lot parking passes increase by $75 for the fall semester to a rate of $180. Under provincial law the college is not allowed...

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No teeny job for Sweeney

This concludes The Reflector’s profiles of incoming SA executives. To say the VP student life position at the Students’ Association of Mount Royal College fits Eily Sweeney’s personality might be an understatement. Sweeney, who...

Tyson documentary pulls no punches

No matter what you think of him, Mike Tyson has cut a tremendous swath across the public consciousness. He was the youngest heavyweight champion ever, he was convicted of rape and he twice bit...

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Nursing shortage may be a simple numbers game

When Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach made a campaign pledge in February 2008 to graduate an additional 225 doctors and nurses annually over the next four years in an attempt to address the province’s health-care...

Eminem’s Relapse feels redundant

Eminem Relapse Aftermath, Interscope, Shady, Web 2.5/5 stars Alright we get it, rehab is a joke. That’s the message pounded into your head over and over again during Relapse, the first album from controversial...

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Tino’s ready to go

Replacing Ian Fuge, the 14-year bench boss for the Mount Royal Cougars women’s soccer team, is no easy task but Tino Fusco is up for the challenge. Fusco spent one year with the men’s...