Tagged: work

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Lacking experience? Volunteer!

by Asha Siad The Reflector Grades (check), great attitude (check), reliability (check) — but something seems to be missing on that job application. It’s something simple, rewarding and interesting, and you can choose from...

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Student by day, sidekick by night

By Aaron Chatha Features Editor I’m Batman’s best friend. No, we don’t go on picnics and have sleepovers, and he doesn’t really call unless he needs something. But when a crisis occurs, I’m his...

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The buzz about coffee shop art

by Claire Miglionico When it comes to Calgaryborn and -raised photographer Jeremy Fokkens, it was the vibrant and art-engaged atmosphere at Higher Ground Cafe in Kensington that made showcasing his art there so appealing....

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Library spaces are nice places

by Catherine Szabo Library staff at Mount Royal University were expected to flex not only their mental muscle this summer, but also to show their physical strength. In response to a number of complaints last...

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Putting the ‘intern’ in international

by Sarah Kitteringham For those in programs that require internships, the thought of taking a job out of the city is either frightening or exciting. For me, it was both. As a third year bachelor...

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Balance is key to organization

Every year, I think, “This is it.” By “this,” I mean that by being better organized, I will never write a paper at 2 a.m. again. To date, I have considered myself extremely lucky to...

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Farewell to a friend

How Alan Mattson changed my life By Jeremy Nolais The first day of August is one I will never forget. It was the day our world lost a great friend, son, boyfriend, sibling, journalist,...