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Welcome to the Cuckoo’s Nest

by Kevin Rushworth Dark, looming shadows played eerily upon sterilized white walls as the curtain rose on Theatre Calgary’s production of the celebrated play One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The encompassing themes were set...

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Kelsey Does Calgary: Shakespeare in the Park

                           Excellent wretch! Perdition catch my soul,                            But I do love thee; and when I love thee not,                          Chaos is come again. – Othello By Kelsey Hipkin Old Will sure knew how to...

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Shakespearean revelation

by Katie Turner While the works of William Shakespeare are known around the world, this summer, Mount Royal University’s Shakespeare in the Park will feature the world premiere of the Bard’s newly discovered play. Scholars...

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Losing your v-card

by Selina Renfrow I don’t know too many people who would rate their first time having sex as their best sexual experience. For some people it’s special, others it’s awkward, and for many it’s...

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All about focus

It’s a Wednesday afternoon and the temperature inside the rink is cooler than it is outside. The Mount Royal University men’s hockey team is hard at work practicing the skills they will need to...

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Shining the spotlight on reality

The controversial issue of abortion is a topic that has the ability to polarize – you’re either for it or against it.   In the case of The Abortion Monologues, the goal is not...

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Stepping into someone else’s shoes

Ever since the days of Shakespeare, when men were forced to put on frilly dresses and portray all the female roles, actors have had to deal with the challenges of stepping into characters that...

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Big cats on top

The Cougars men’s hockey team is off to a roaring start this season with a 13-1-0-1 record so far. After facing SAIT on Dec. 4, the big cats don’t play again until Jan. 8....

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Mari time on Cougars’ ice

by Amy Gregson The Reflector As a ringette player for the past 15 years in Finland, Mari Ahvensalmi had always dreamt of coming to Canada to play ringette and study for a period of...

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Mythbusters: the family edition

Chances are, at least once in your life, you’ve raised your eyes skyward to ask, “Why am I the only normal one in my screwed-up family?” Turns out you’re not alone in questioning your...