Tagged: Health

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Why do companies really stand behind social issues?

Mackenzie Gellner, Staff Writer In current times, mental health, feminism, racism and a long list of other topics that have been historically ignored have become major talking points. As a result, many companies are integrating...

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No tuition, deadlines or grades at new university

NextGenU.org now offering first course   Laura Lushington Web Editor   A University of British Columbia professor is taking post-secondary education to a whole new level.   Erica Frank, a professor at the UBC...

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Stop stressing, start thinking

Gee, the halls sure seem quieter.   All your friends who were ecstatic to hit The Hub a mere two weeks ago now only nod in your direction as they pass by swiftly in...

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Sex Column: Eyes on STIs

Vanessa Redux Sex Columnist   Hello my pretties.   The holidays have come to an end, in whatever form they took for you and yours — and theirs. Speaking of theirs, I’m sure we’ve...

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Madcowboys grow up

Calgary band stays together despite various hurdles   Vanessa Conley Staff Writer   After years of partying, touring and promoting albums, Calgary’s Madcowboys are turning down the craziness.   Health problems, an upcoming wedding...

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Sex Column: A penis saved is a penis earned

No firm belief on which style reigns supreme   Vanessa Redux Sex Columnist   After finishing the most divine of the dastardly deeds and languishing in sweat and afterglow, you happen to look down...

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MRU to host symposium on children’s well-being

Event features speakers, presentations and child development lab opening   by Laura Lushington Web Editor   Children are the future. It’s a somewhat simple statement that most of us have heard in our lifetime....

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Midwifery degree delivered

by Carlee-Jade Raybould   Midwifery has been evident throughout history and is still commonly practiced. However, Mount Royal University is Alberta’s first and only post-secondary institution to introduce a new four-year bachelor of midwifery...

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New pharmacy to come in Wyckham House

by Devin Ayotte Starting soon, Mount Royal University students won’t have to leave campus to fill up their prescriptions.After spending several years working in pharmacies across the province, University of Alberta graduate Thomas Yeung...

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Health stats peg MRU students as heavier drinkers

by Bryan Weismiller Call them “centennial celebrations,” but a recent survey suggests that Mount Royal University students are partying a little harder than average. According to the National College Health Assessment, MRU students consumed...