MRU in the News
Letters for Friday, April 17: http://bit.ly/1aDhMlI (Calgary Herald — Rollie LaHaye, professor)
Students/Experts/Alum in the news
1.) When anger votes, all bets are off: http://bit.ly/1Jb19cA (Globe & Mail — David Taras, professor)
2.) Prentice downplays Wildrose rift on southeastern Alberta campaign swing: http://bit.ly/1b44grT (Calgary Herald — Duane Bratt, professor)
3.) Liberal leader launches platform, takes aim at Alberta Party: http://bit.ly/1PWeN8Y (Calgary Herald — Lori Williams, professor)
4.) Thousands of Calgary students spend two hours or more daily on the bus: http://bit.ly/1G3XRdQ (Metro —Dwayne Sheehan, professor)
5.) Calgary workers suffering through post-Flames game hangover: http://bit.ly/1yB3Sw0 (Metro — Melanie Peacock, professor)
6.) April is National Poetry Month and well-versed Calgary has a lot to be proud of: http://bit.ly/1CPItLY (Calgary Journal — Derek Beaulieu, instructor)
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