Mount Royal is among the country’s only campuses with a digital carillon (with its 51-bell Soldier’s Tower, the University of Toronto is the only Canadian university with a true, bells-only carillon). And you can bet Mount Royal may be the only Canuck campus carillon that plays the theme from Star Wars.
The Mount Royal alumni family has grown to more than 85,000 individuals who have made remarkable contributions to their professions and to society. The Alumni Awards celebrate their accomplishments.
MRU’s Faculty of Health and Community Studies recently held a Stephanson-Cooke Relationship Violence Symposium entitled “Violence Hurts Everyone: Leading Professional Change" on Oct. 30. Brian Burke of the Calgary Flames and Documentary Filmmaker Byron Hurt presented.
Diversity in media study provides perspective on news-making. Broadcasting Journalism Chair Brad Clark’s research is illuminating needs in the industry
Harnarayan Singh is a proud graduate of Mount Royal’s Broadcast Journalism program (class of 2004), and can be heard from coast to coast on CBC's Night in Canada giving the play-by-play in Punjabi.
On May 23, a group of students from Bishop Carroll High School celebrated the completion of their very first university course, English 1101 …
Valedictorian Michelle Dennis was once too shy to share with others what she wanted out of her education at Mount Royal when she first began her studies. Now four years later, Dennis will address her entire graduating class on June 6, 2013 …
This year's Pearls of Wisdom fundraising gala is hosted by a very special Honorary Chair — legendary skier, former director of Own the Podium and “Crazy Canuck”, Ken Read.
Friends, family and members of the Mount Royal community gathered to honour Ranjit's memory and support an endowed scholarship that will allow his legacy to live on.