The Reflector

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You Probably Have a Fetish

A quick look at sexual desires from the mild to the crazy Hanna Deeves, Sex Columnist Fetishes. We laugh about them and make jokes. But what we don’t realize is that pretty much each...

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Holistic Nutrition Goes Beyond Physical Fitness

The key to a healthy lifestyle is more than eating clean and training dirty Melanie Walsh, Sports Editor In today’s world, people are used to getting information at the touch of a button. Now...

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Leisure Cruise

Happy coincidence turned musical success Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor The last thing Dave Hodge expected while he was sitting in a Brooklyn coffee shop in the middle of Hurricane Sandy was a life changing...

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MRU Entrepreneurs Face Off

This Year’s Innovation Tournament challenges entrepreneur students Nina Grossman, News Editor “How do you create value from an every day object?” That’s the question facing students from ENTR 2301- Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Using only...

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Fentanyl in Calgary

What’s being done by the government Georgia Longphee, Staff Writer In the last few years fentanyl, an opioid that is up to 100 times stronger than morphine, has hit Alberta like a tidal wave....

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It’s All a Go With Bombargo

Saskatoon band aims to make music while staying themselves Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor While spontaneous road trips are something usually reserved for cheesy teenage comedies, Nathan Thoen’s life was completely changed by one shortly...

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SEI Anonymity Woes?

The Reflector sits down with SAMRU VP Academic David Cloutier to answer all of your ‘student evaluation of instruction’ questions Tatianna Ducklow, Contributor Reflector: How important are the SEI’s for the development of Mount...

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Sound of the Underground

Thirteen years of underground film Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor In what’s been the best thing going on in the city that you have yet to hear about, the Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) is...