The Reflector

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NDP wins majority in shocking Alberta election

Rachel Notley lead her party to victory for the first time in Alberta history on May 5, plans for investment in education could be positive changes for MRU Kari Pedersen Publishing Editor   As...

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Instructor disputes cost MRU

A combined $250,000 was put up by the university to resolve administrative bullying and harassment — Chair Bruce Foster explains the expense shows that the university cares about its instructors Kaity Brown Publishing Editor...

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Enrollment rates not looking good for MRU

University introduces degree conversions in hopes to increase enrollment Jon Lazo Staff Writer   Mount Royal’s comprehensive institutional plan (CIP) released June 27, 2014, reports that the fall 2016 semester will receive a decline...

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New study spaces on campus

Think-tank winners propose changes to Copywrite and EB Dayla Brown News Editor Brain Drain for Social Gain was a competition held back in February, challenging students to create ways of enhancing the campus. Winners...

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Letter to the editor

Half of MRU’s professors are exploited and abused through the growing use of part-time, contract labour practices Author chose to remain anonymous.   On March 14, Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, wrote...

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Come out, come out wherever you are!

First person: Sixth annual Coming Out Monologues YYC inspires many Kari Pedersen Arts Editor   To say the Coming Out Monologues was the highlight of my week would be a serious understatement. Taking place...

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Here OK GO goes again

Just as innovative in the flesh as they are online Ali Hardstaff Staff Writer   There were no treadmills or cars going through the musical obstacle courses on the stage, but American alternative rock...

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Let’s get physical!

Survey says even just five minutes of walking can alleviate the nastiest case of ‘the Mondays’ Angie Lang Sports Editor   Exercising is the number one way for people to lose weight and gain...