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Out in the cold

By Erin Ludwig

In the hustle of campus life, it can be easy to forget there are those less privileged than most students. The organizers of Calgary’s Homeless Awareness Week are hoping to change this forgetfulness, with a number of events scheduled to highlight just how serious the situation is for some Calgarians. Organized by local businesses, the… Continue reading Out in the cold


By Erin Ludwig

Classes could end a little too early for Mount Royal College students this semester. MRC faculty called a strike vote for Nov. 15 after negotiations with the MRC Board of Governors ended late on Tue., Oct. 30. The faculty could go on strike as early as Nov. 19 if the strike vote succeeds. According to… Continue reading OUT IN THE COLD

News Feature: DeVry Accreditation: SUs’ perspectives

By Ruth Davenport

Asking student leaders in Alberta to comment on DeVry’s recent program accreditation is like walking up to a big box labeled "Pandora" and carelessly flinging the lid away. Members of student government from the Universities of Calgary and Alberta as well as Mount Royal College responded with varying degrees of furor to the recent decision… Continue reading News Feature: DeVry Accreditation: SUs’ perspectives

Successful nursing program cancelled

By Rob South

Far away from last week’s nurses’ strike, events occurred that could seriously impact health care in Calgary. On May 22, students in the Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program were informed Mount Royal College had decided not to renew the program it shares with the University of Calgary. "Students weren’t consulted at all, neither were a lot… Continue reading Successful nursing program cancelled