Tagged: justice

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Going back to school as a mature student

Same assignments, same deadlines, more responsibilities   Courtney Taylor Contributor   The end of the semester is often filled with a ton of stress for students, with final projects, assignments and dreaded final exams,...

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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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Faith Column: Harper’s crime bill anti-Christian

Bill C-10 completely contrary to faith   James Wilt Faith Columnist   When Jesus Christ walked the Earth, he advocated a message of punishment, incarceration, racism, criminalizing the poor and building lots of prisons...

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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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Few fast for hunger

by Kelsey Hipkin In early March, the Mount Royal Social Justice Club started handing out pledge sheets to students interested in raising money and taking part in Mount Royal’s 30 Hour Famine. The World Vision...

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MRU contributes to Haiti relief

  On Jan. 12, the island country of Haiti was hit with a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake that left the country’s capital, Port au Prince, in absolute ruins. With 80 per cent of the...

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College gets tough on crime

With an ongoing gang problem and a host of other crime-related issues being confronted on Calgary streets everyday, Mount Royal’s criminal justice studies program has unveiled Alberta’s first independent crime research lab to provide...