The Reflector

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MRU Set to Enhance Indigenous Education for All Students

University’s strategic plan includes required Indigenous Studies Nina Grossman, News Editor Future Mount Royal students may be taking three-credit Indigenous Studies courses as a requirement to graduate. The university’s Indigenous Strategic Plan involves “indigenizing MRU,”...

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Cana-done

Canada “finnished” before the semifinal at the World Junior Hockey Championship for the first time since 1988 Logan Kruppa, Staff Writer You may think that Canada’s fate at the 2016 World Junior Hockey Championship in...

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The Crowchild Classic

The biggest party in the Canadian Intra-university Sports League Brendan Stasiewich, Staff Writer If you were taking a casual stroll outside of Mount Royal University on the morning of Jan. 15, 2015 you would have...

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Rode to Success

Calgary producer looks to establish himself in the game Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor It’s an inside joke around some corners of the hip hop community that any type of mixtape or album from a lesser-known...

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One Text Could Cost a Fortune

Increased fine and demerit points for distracted driving as of Jan. 1 Kiah Lucero, Staff Writer Whether you’re waiting at a stoplight or stuck in boring rush hour traffic, it can be tempting to quickly...

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The Good Ol’ Hockey Game

How The Mac’s Midget AAA Hockey Tournament is more than just a sporting event Kimberly McNulty, Contributor Hockey arenas around Calgary have seen some of the best Midget hockey players from around the world compete...

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Old Technology, New Devices

Gadgets from decades ago provide inspiration for new creations Logan Krupa, Tech Columnist As every new year rolls around, we tend to think both of the future that we want and the past that we...

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Dyslexia; Not a Definition

How a young woman turned her “disability” into a gift Kenzie Browne, Contributor “Please spell Wednesday,” my third grade teacher said as she handed me a small piece of chalk. I repeat the word over...

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Brothers of Smash

Looking at MRU’s Competitive Super Smash Bros. scene Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor It’s 7:13 P.M. on a Tuesday night. Old-style tube TVs grace the tops of the tables on Wyckham House’s second floor. Dozens...

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Looking Ahead

What can Albertans expect in 2016? Nina Grossman, News Editor  With a new, unexpected NDP majority win in the spring, 2015 was a rollercoaster of change for old Alberta. New progressive policies and plans...