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Students ply trades in the real world

by Catherine Szabo & Devin Ayotte Geeking up the magazine business A group of students in Mount Royal’s journalism and electronic publishing programs will be premiering the first edition of their new magazine this...

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NCAA Final: Butler falls short against Duke, 61-59

A team of Indiana University journalists is reporting for the Final Four Student News Bureau, a project between IU, National Sports Journalism Center and the NCAA at the men’s tournament in Indianapolis. By DeAntae...

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Women’s hockey takes gold

The Cougars women’s hockey team won their first ACAC Championship in four years, after defeating the NAIT Ooks three games to one. The championship is the fourth overall for the team who won their first title...

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Giving back

by Jamie Witham March 26 was not only an important game for the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse team vying for a playoff spot, but for breast cancer awareness as well. The “Black Out Breast Cancer” event was...

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Tournament challenges students’ creativity

By Zoey Duncan Leave it up to entrepreneurs to develop a class that crosses the boundaries of typical university learning situations. The Innovation Tournament, part of the intro to entrepreneurship course, gives students a...

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Roughin’ it

by Chris Palmer Eight years removed from their inaugural season in 2002, the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse team has established themselves as an important player in the Calgary sports scene. Key to understanding the growth...

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Cougars tamed

by Kelsey Hipkin As I sit writing this, only one Cougar team out of a possible six has the chance to medal for the remainder of the season. This comes of course with the exception...

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More than a coach

by Kelsey Chadwick Without a coach, any sport is difficult. It’s a coach’s job to teach an athlete how to perfect their sport, and while there may not be a lack of coaches, there’s...

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Big cats hit playoffs

by Kelsey Hipkin Men’s Volleyball Sitting in second place in the ACAC standings going in to the playoffs, the Cougars men’s volleyball team looked poised to bring home some hardware. However, this wasn’t the...

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That synch-ing feeling

by Catherine Szabo For 60 to 90 seconds at a time, Aquabelles such as Kristine Irwin have a unique view of the world. It’s blue, upside-down, and, save for the constant metallic ticking sound,...