Tagged: education

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MRU education students accredited to teach

Rachael Frey News Editor   It’s official: students of Mount Royal University’s bachelor of education — elementary degree will graduate as certified teachers under the Teaching Quality Standard set by the Government of Alberta....

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Former dean gets PC nod

Wendelin Fraser running for MLA position   Samara Hawkins Staff Writer   Political careers and the Bissett School of Business have been going hand-in-hand these past few years.   After former non-profit studies professor...

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Students ‘step up’ against dating violence

1 in 3 MRU students reports experiencing abuse   Pamela Di Pinto Contributor   It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.   Adrienne Pohlman knows that all too well. At 16 years old, she...

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Things I wish I’d known in first year

The Reflector Archives Plan out your general education requirements ahead of time so you don’t get stuck without the prerequisites necessary for higher-level classes. If you’re on campus four or more days a week,...

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Current social conflicts 101

Occupy movement, oilsands covered in new course   Shannon Galley Staff Writer   Don’t understand the Occupy Wall Street movement? Wondering why the oilsands are such a big deal, anyway?   There’s a course...

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A legacy of service

Mount Royal honours 28 former students killed during combat missions   Samara Hawkins Staff Writer   “Gear strewn in the kitchen, phone blinks thirty-seven messages and rings. Minutes later three dark uniforms, three pale...

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Valedictorian honoured to represent MRU

Business grad shows ‘quiet confidence’ and ‘intensity,’ prof says   Shannon Galley Staff Writer   When David Ohreen nominated Rance Williams as valedictorian, he did so for one simple reason: Williams’ accomplishments must be...

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MRU celebrates broadcasting’s 50th

Dean calls for broadcasting degree   by Rachael Frey News Editor   Broadcasting alumni of Mount Royal filled Wyckham House on Oct. 15 to pay tribute to their program’s lasting success. Representing 50 years...

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Teaching the teachers

by Jodi Nickel Guest Columnist   It has been a long time coming, but students can finally complete a bachelor of education at Mount Royal University. For the last 20 years, students could begin...

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SA pushing for uniform grading

Faculties face different grading system   by BAJ Visser   Ever been surprised when an 85 per cent in one course didn’t net the same letter grade as in another course? Wondering why your...