Stories

January 2016
Young adult characters learn to carve their way in the world through the adversity of bullying and teenage troubles.
A number of programs for students focused on well-being and initiatives around topics such as mental health, dating violence, anti-bullying and peer to peer education aim to implement a holistic approach to student wellness at Mount Royal.
Mount Royal University helped set a new Canadian Interuniversity Sport hockey attendance record Thursday night. 12,859 fans packed the Scotiabank Saddledome to witness the Cougars battle the University of Calgary Dinos in the fourth installment of the Crowchild Classic.
The current state of the local economy has many university students and professionals filled with uncertainty. With a low Canadian dollar (January 2016), as well as oil and housing prices, many are feeling the change in economic prospects.
Provides an overview of other post-secondaries that have also sought to create a support system for students and community groups involved in changemaking, social entrepreneurship and community innovation.
Amazing things happen at Mount Royal University every single day, but sometimes it’s without anybody except those directly involved knowing.
The familiar chime of Mount Royal University’s carillon carried special meaning earlier this month.
New archivist unearths hidden gems, odd artifacts — Mount Royal’s first formally-trained archivist talks about making university records more accessible
Established in 2012, the Crowchild Classic highlights sporting competition between Mount Royal University and their crosstown rival, the University of Calgary.