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GM promotes inclusion

LGBTQ players should feel safe in locker room   Nathan Ross Staff Writer   Can you name three openly gay professional athletes? Don’t feel bad if you can’t.   The fact is the NHL...

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Summer sports madness

Here’s what happened with the Big Four Bryce Forbes Sports Editor It was a two-team race for first place in the north division of the North American Baseball League between the Vipers and the...

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Ufest poised to delight all involved

By Vanessa Gillard The first year of our alma mater’s inception went well all things considered. It kicked off last September with the appropriately named Ufest, which featured the oddly paired Canadian hip hop...

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‘Necks stronger than expected

by Bryce Forbes The Reflector From nearly missing the playoffs to eyeing the Champions Cup in the course of one season. That’s the path the Calgary Roughnecks are currently on this National Lacrosse League...

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Stamps fired up for new season

by Laura Lushington The Reflector After a season-ending 20-16 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2010 Western final, the Calgary Stampeders are looking to redeem themselves. Putting the past behind them, the players...

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Vetere debuts for ‘Necks in time of need

by Bryce Forbes The Reflector The timing for Joe Vetere could not have been worse. After wallowing on the Calgary Roughnecks’ practice squad for three years, only seeing action in one exhibition game, he...

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Play this: Jack’s Road

by Lynne Hogan The Reflector Influenced by the writings of the 1950’s Beat generation, alcoholism, and Calgary band The Dudes, songwriter Conrad Marion wrote “Jack’s Road,” his first original song. Written when surfacing from...

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Meet your executive SAMRU council candidates

By Bryan Weismiller and Bryce Visser President Kyle MacQuarrie Why are you running for president? “Mount Royal is a spectacular institution, but there are areas that I have found that need to be addressed....