Tagged: College

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Todd’s Nods: Fantasy Sports

Imagine this miracle, folks.   Finally, sometime long into the future, a No.16 seed in the NCAA overtakes a No.1 seed in the first round of the college basketball tournament after one-seeded teams collectively...

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Todd’s Nods: Fight your bear

On Feb. 8, the New Orleans Hornets basketball club featured a new announcer for their starting lineups. Former ABA basketball player Jackie Moon introduced the players from the Hornets and the visiting Chicago Bulls....

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No riots when Kenney visits MRU

Laura Lushington The Reflector   Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney visited Mount Royal for a meet-and-greet with the university’s Conservative Party Campus Affiliation on Jan. 25.   Kenney, MP for Calgary Southeast, arrived...

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Cougars move to Canada West

Recruitment a long trip ahead for Cougars Bryce Forbes Sports Editor The belief is simple — with the move to Canada West upcoming, the Mount Royal University Cougars will be able to recruit the...

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Stop talking, start thinking

No longer the little brother of Alberta post-secondary institutions, Mount Royal has grown up and become a university. It’s time to start acting like one. The last two year’s have been filled with elaborate...

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Cougars haul in ACAC medals

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor The Cougars women’s volleyball team captured its 13th ACAC title with a dramatic five-set victory over Grande Prairie Feb. 27. It was the Cougars’ first provincial title since going...

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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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Team falls short at golf nationals

by Blaine Meller After capturing both ACAC titles this year, Mount Royal’s golf team was hoping for a repeat performance this past week at nationals. Unfortunately, they came up a little short. Competing at...

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MRU president resigns

by Kelsey Hipkin He’s been both a dean and a professor of education, a director of the government, a high school teacher, an educa- tional consultant and, for the last eight years, Dave Marshall...