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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...

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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...