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January 2015
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 …
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.
Ian Drake isn’t just working towards his degree — he’s launching his own company with the help of a $7,500 award from the JMH Venture LaunchPad program.
Putting themselves in the shoes of financial analysts with teams from six other universities, Mount Royal’s team delivered our first ever win at the CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Melissa Molloy took her account of the social work and family court system and made it something universal, winning the Emerging Writer Award at the Alberta Magazine Showcase Awards.
As the Mount Royal University community looks forward to 2015, we can’t help but reflect on the past year with pride. There were many exceptional moments, milestones, awards and initiatives over 2014 that students, faculty and staff look back on in satisfaction and joy. Here are just a few of MRU’s exceptional moments from 2014.
Demystifying feminism reveals commonalities between us all
A team of five education students who took top prize at the BP A+ for Energy competition, say they won by focusing on the learning experience of the kids.
Women’s Studies students take on Wikipedia for final project. Mount Royal University class rewriting history — literally

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