Tagged: business

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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...

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Unleash the power of the tweet

Jonathan Vern McGill Contributor   With a few clicks on eBay anyone can add 10,000 followers to Twitter or Facebook, giving the purchaser’s social media page a false appearance of popularity.   But, Ernest...

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MRU store more than just snacks

Todd Colin Vaughn Staff Writer   Stopping for a snack? An energy drink? How about a pen for that exam you forgot about and are now ten minutes late for? Alnoor Rajwani and his...

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Dusters for Donations

So much more than just a laugh   Todd Colin Vaughn Contributor   Jordan Ludwig is one of millions affected by cancer.   “My grandpa had a mix of cancers for years and years...

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Fashion Column: Peek at Fashion Week

Claire Miglionico Fashion Columnist   I flew to Toronto to attend LG Fashion Week’s 25th season two weeks ago. It’s North America’s second largest fashion week after New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.   Twelve...

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Docherty pushes national student exchanges

by Rachael Frey News Editor   It’s no secret international exchanges can have huge benefits to students’ university experiences. They’re an opportunity to experience different cultures, learn new languages and expand resumes — not...

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Centennial year full of changes at MRU

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor In case you spent the last eight months trapped under a pile of textbooks, Mount Royal University celebrated its centennial this year. It was a historic time filled with...

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Business school receives major investment

by Bryan Weismiller The Reflector Mount Royal University’s Bissett School of Business padded its wallet on March 11 with a $1.1 million donation from the Royal Bank of Canada. It’s the largest corporation donation...

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Wired magazine editor-in-chief speaks on campus

by James Wilt The Reflector The audience’s chatter didn’t dwindle as Chris Anderson entered Ross Glen Hall. If a gaze was even briefly distracted, one may have completely missed him being casually introduced to...