MRU Media

MRU media makers: 02/23/2017

MRU in the News

1.) Colourful opposition to bullying: (CTV News Calgary — John Fischer, staff) &

Hitmen lead Pink Shirt day festivities dedicated to ending bullying: (Calgary Herald)

2.) Pride Scholarship first of its kind in Calgary: (The Reflector)

3.) How MRU is making trash “greener”: (The Reflector — Carol Hartwick, staff & Gerry Young, staff)

4.) MRU Alumni returns as new Conservatory Director: (The Reflector — Brad Mahon, Conservatory)


Students/Experts/Alum in the News

1.) 2 spring byelections will test Tory strength in Calgary, analysts say: (CBC — Duane Bratt, faculty)  &

Trudeau calls byelection for 2 Calgary Federal Ridings: (Global News)

2.) Calgary says it must remain arm’s length from committee setting councillor pay: (Metro News — Lori Williams)

3.) EMPHASIS ON PLAY: (Calgary Herald/Postmedia — Catherine Smey Carston, faculty)

4.) Rising stars to perform concert at artsPlace: (Bow Valley Crag & Canyon — Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, Conservatory)

Other notable mentions

1.) STEP program still open for applications from employers: (The Gateway)

2.) Red Deer College celebrates milestone at the Donald School of Business: (RD News Now)

3.) Standing room only: Central library’s chairless main floor a hit with patrons in downtown Calgary: (CBC)

4.) Dragons’ Den auditions coming to Calgary: Mar. 11:

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