Tagged: experience

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No penalty harsh enough for Sandusky

Reputation of sports tarnished by evil actions   Todd Colin Vaughan Sports Editor   Jerry Sandusky will die in a prison cell. Is that enough?   Unfortunately, due to the nature of his heinous...

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Glenbow hosts nightmarish display of childhood

Museum’s dark new exhibit definitely worth price of admission   Ian Ridewood Contributor   Usually when things go bump in the night, our first instinct is to run away. However, with the Glenbow’s newest...

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Clubs need more than members to prosper

Leadership, friendship and commitment are key   Will Conner Contributor   Participating in a student club can be a big part of the post-secondary experience, if the club survives.   SAMRU clubs hit a...

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The Darkness II more brutal, fun

Aaron Chatha Staff Writer   The first Darkness game was an underappreciated title missed by a lot of gamers under a vast swathe of other first-person shooters coming out at the time. Based off...

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Business students tackle research challenge

Mount Royal team faces off against 5 other prairie schools Albina Khouzina Contributor After 200 hours and eight months of hard work, they were finally ready. Five teammates from Mount Royal University spent all...

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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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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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Cougars take on Russians

Womens lose to squad in exhibition match-up   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   In a country with only 530 women hockey players, the Russian national team stands tall. Currently sitting fifth in the world...

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Reverie proves a great end to Ghost River’s season

By Bri Turner Ghost River Theatre’s latest masterpiece, Reverie, made its flawlessly executed public debut on May 19th, and it seems inevitable that this unique and arresting production will leave an indelible imprint on...