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Sled Island: Ambassadors to all

The next time Quentin Tarantino is putting one of his film soundtracks together, he should call up the Ramblin’ Ambassadors. “I think Tarantino really shares some similar tastes with us — like “Pulp Fiction,”...

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Sled Island: Tigers on the prowl

Seamless integration and fluid, catchy melodies are likely the elements that stick out when first listening to Vancouver-based septet Fond of Tigers, however, guitarist and band leader Stephen Lyons admits that a great deal...

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Sled Island: Daily Guide — Wednesday

While some of you may have ventured out on Tuesday to the soft-opening of Sled Island ’09, (Loads of Twitter posts suggest the 3rd annual Poster Show at ArtLife was awesome!) there’s no denying...

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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...

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Grads mark new era for Mount Royal

A sea of blue packed into Kenyon Court as Mount Royal reached an important milestone on the road towards becoming a full university. Twenty-nine students, in the criminal justice, communications, arts, and business administration...

Parking rates driven upwards for fall

Construction costs for Mount Royal’s new 1,200-stall parkade will see open lot parking passes increase by $75 for the fall semester to a rate of $180. Under provincial law the college is not allowed...

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No teeny job for Sweeney

This concludes The Reflector’s profiles of incoming SA executives. To say the VP student life position at the Students’ Association of Mount Royal College fits Eily Sweeney’s personality might be an understatement. Sweeney, who...