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We should all be Cougars

You don’t have to like sports to enjoy cheering on the team   Todd Colin Vaughan Sports Editor   All athletes have their sports memories. You know, that moment where we truly achieved something...

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Movin’ on up and out

Can you afford that sweet bachelor pad?   Megan Darragh Contributor   Between university and work, the daunting task of finding a place to live can seem like too much to handle, even if...

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Switzerland? Russia? The moon?

NHL talent seemingly going everywhere during lockout   Derrick Newman Hockey Analyst   With the NHL lockout in full swing and no end in sight, many NHL players have opted to play hockey overseas...

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MRU graduate returns to receive award

Emily Nachtigall Guest Columnist   On Sept. 20, I, along with other students, faculty and staff, got the honour of hearing Colleen Abdoulah speak about her time at Mount Royal and her life journeys...

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The Tallest Man on Earth brings act to U of C

Strand of Oaks warmed hearts right alongside him   Martine Balcaen Contributor   It was immediately apparent to anyone who entered the University of Calgary on Sept. 13 that, judging from the sheer amount...

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Calgary’s festival season has arrived

Come rain or shine (probably rain), Calgarians will have their hands and plates full this weekend with two one-day festivals.   First up is Eat Real YYC, a new food festival with a mission...

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What’s in your fridge, MRU?

Photos: Jorden Dixon, Captions: Alyssa Smith   A sauce for every occasion, the Kraft Dinner possibilities are endless. We’re going to go ahead and name roomies Kaity Brown, Ashley Miles and Michelle Vaniersel the...

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Pharmacist celebrates first year at MRU

Alyssa Smith Features Editor   Over the last year pharmacist Thomas Yueng has advocated for students over everything from specific medications to trying to install a postal box.   Yeung’s pharmacy opened in the...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Feb. 2

Gorillaz The Singles Collection 2001-2011 EMI   When you have artists who’ve been playing for the past 40, 50 and even 60 years, a decade is nothing special. But, if you’ve bent and broken...