Family Day long weekend hours:
Saturday, February 17 – 10:00AM to 9:00PM
Sunday, February 18 – 10:00AM to 9:00PM
Monday, February 19 – Closed
On Friday, February 16, 2018, at 3:00 pm, our panel of distinguished guests will debate a timely topic. This month’s motion: Be it resolved that international students should pay domestic tuition at MRU. Continue reading
The Mount Royal University Library is pleased to present the Banned Book Reader Series as part of Freedom to Read Week.
Join fellow students, faculty, and staff as they read passages aloud from challenged and banned books to demonstrate our commitment to intellectual freedom.
Readings and other activities will take place from 12pm – 1pm daily between February 26 and March 2, 2018, in the Ideas Visualization Lounge.
If you are interested in being a reader, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the noon-hour series, you can also visit the MRU Library or MRU Bookstore during Freedom to Read Week to guess the banned book and enter to win a great prize!
Dr. Robert Rouse from the University of British Columbia is our speaker for Monday, February 26, at 4:30 pm in the Ideas Visualization Lounge. He will be presenting his talk, There Be Dragons: Medieval Ecology and Empire Off the Map”
Dr. Rouse’s research is primarily concerned with medieval romance (both Arthurian and non-Arthurian), writing on issues of historiography (in particular post-conquest perceptions of the Anglo-Saxon Past), English national identity, saracens and other medieval others, the law, the medieval erotic, the medieval geographical imagination, and ecocritical approaches to premodern texts. He has published three books and numerous articles on medieval literature and culture, and is currently completing a book on the Medieval Geographical Imagination.
This talk is sponsored by the Medieval Miscere Colloquium Series.
All are welcome to attend.
Join the Office of Academic Indigenization at 1:00 pm on Thursday, January 25, 2018, as they present Robert Curley, Diné – Western Medicine vs. Traditional Healing Medicine. The presentation will be held in the Ideas Visualization Lounge (EL1270) and is open to students, staff, faculty, and the greater MRU community.
Seating is limited. To register, please visit: https://mtroyaladc.libcal.com/event/3444760
Here are our upcoming Library hours:
Friday, December 22 – 7:30am to 9:00pm
Saturday, December 23 – 10:00am to 4:30pm
Sunday, December 24 to January 1 – Closed
Tuesday, January 2 – 8:30am to 4:30pm
Check here for more Library hours: https://library.mtroyal.ca/home
For your studying convenience, the Library will be open until midnight every day until December 21st.
Prepare for your exams in our beautiful new space.
Emergent Voices: The 2017 English Honours Conference is being held Tuesday December 5 from 9:30 to 4:30 in the Ideas Visualization Lounge (EL1270).
Drop in and watch English Honours students present their theses! See attached poster for more information.
Looking for an alternative place to study while the library is closed on December 2? Check out these spots:
T 126 — Tables and chairs East gate – Starbucks tables & chairs 350 seats in the Food Court Calgary Public Library Branches: Alexander Calhoun, Signal Hill, Nichols Family I 130 - Tables and chairs E wing – study carrels, including E130 75 seats in the lounge Phil and Sebastian - Marda Loop T 219A — Study carrels Tim Horton’s – tables and chairs 80% of the food outlets will be open until 3 pm Indigo Books Signal Hill T 223A — Study carrels I wing – tables and chairs, including I130 Also seats available in level 2 lounge area Tim Hortons - Richard Way & Signal Hill Centre Y 219 — Tables and chairs T wing – tables and chairs, carrels, lounge seating Starbucks - Signal Hill Centre, 45th Ave, Marda Loop EA 2004 —Tables, chairs and lounge seating Y wing – tables and chairs, carrels Second Cup - Signal Hill Centre EA, EB, EC - Tables and chairs, lounge seating, Jugo Juice (EA) Monogram Coffee - 16th St NHBR Coffee - 16th St