The Reflector

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The Locked Room

A fantastic way for groups to have fun Bigoa Machar & Kennedy Enns, Arts Editor & Staff Writer You have board games, video games and board game cafes and now you can play a...

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A ‘Cuple’ of Predictions

How will the Stanley Cup playoffs pan out this year? Logan Krupa, Staff Writer The Stanley Cup playoffs are arguably the greatest spectacle in team sports, as no other league forces players through such...

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No ‘Bored’ in Board Games

Calgary’s newest board game café had us expecting nothing, but we enjoyed everything Robyn Welsh, Staff Writer Being the kind of person who enjoys board games but doesn’t play them very often, I walked...

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2016 Reflector Publishing Editor

Congratulations, Bigoa Machar! The Reflector is pleased to announce Bigoa Machar as the new Publishing Editor. The current Publishing Editor, Kari Pedersen, is graduating from MRU with a degree in Communication, Majoring in Journalism...

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Heading for the Finish Line

How to enjoy your final weeks of school Sam Ridgeway, Staff Writer Congratulations on surviving another school year amazing humans! Classes are ending, the sun is shining and… a series of terrifying exams loom...

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Religion Doesn’t Have One Name

Seeing the beauty of several belief systems Kate Holowaty, Features Editor I was born and raised in a casually Catholic household. I went to catechism, church every few Sundays and was confirmed in grade...

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Less is More

Calgary clothing store keeping it real and aims to branch out Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor One may not expect a whole lot when they see Less17 from the outside. A plain white building with...

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Paul Brandt Becomes Mentor at MRU

As new Storyteller-In-Residence, the country singer hopes to help students make a difference Kari Pedersen, Publishing Editor Mount Royal University has acquired a new Storyteller-in-Residence, but what exactly does that mean to us? Paul Brandt,...