Tagged: Alberta

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Copyright tax could trigger digital shift

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor Copyright legislation may be the furthest thing from most people’s minds as they welcome in a new year. However, changes to copyright licenses this year could see Mount Royal...

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Royal 100: MRU reaches century mark

by Bryan Weismiller Mount Royal may be one of Alberta’s oldest universities, but it still knows how to throw one hell of a birthday party. The 100-year celebration featured pond skating, road hockey, ice...

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100 Years of Mount Royal

Originally to be called the “Calgary College,” someone from the Alberta legislature phones George Kerby in the middle of the night to tell him that name was already reserved for a past school proposal....

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MRU Cougar Athletics unveils Wall of Fame

by Blaine Meller In a year that sees Mount Royal celebrate its 100th anniversary, Cougar Athletics officially unveiled its contribution to the centennial celebrations. The Cougars Wall of Fame and its inaugural five inductees...

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Cougars induct five to Wall of Fame

The Mount Royal University Cougars unveiled their inaugural Wall of Fame Nov. 25, enshrining one student athlete, two former coaches and two into the builders category. Sharlene Marschall, Gary Koroluk, Jack Kenyon, Al Bohonus...

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Volunteer your debt away

by Miriam Ostermann A make-or-break meeting between the Ministry of Advanced Education and the Alberta Students’ Executive Council (ASEC) resulted in a great deal of support and excitement towards a proposal that could result...

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Metal women rock Alberta

by Sarah Kitteringham The representation of the “other” gender in metal has come along way since the sausage fest heyday of the ‘70s. A quick peek reveals scores of women both in bands and...

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Cougars striker makes history

by Blaine Meller Gillian Doubleday has made history. The Mount Royal University soccer star scored five goals, including the 47th of her career, to establish the new Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) women’s individual...

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Students search for grains of truth in the oilsands

by Catherine Szabo Canada’s geography is easy: there are the spaces where Canadians live – mostly along the 49th parallel – and where they don’t. Albertans have 661,190 square kilometres of options. Most choose...

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Double-dose of history?

by Blaine Meller There’s an old adage in sport: records are meant to be broken. It would seem Gillian Doubleday has heard this as well. Doubleday, playing for the Cougars Women’s Soccer team, has already...