This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the news
Calgary art listings for fall 2018: https://mru.ca/7d25 (Calgary Herald)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Calgary millennial using her comic book powers to combat racism: https://mru.ca/7be (Star Metro Calgary – Eman Elkadri, student; Sean Carleton, faculty)
Calgary’s Berglind-Kovacs is last couple standing on Amazing Race Canada: https://mru.ca/89c (Calgary Herald – Courtney Berglind, alumna)
New book looks at state of federal NDP: https://mru.ca/5c98e (News Talk 770, Sept. 13, 2:34p.m. – Roberta Lexier, faculty)
Editorial: Give us a winning number on Games vote: https://mru.ca/4d61 (Calgary Sun – Duane Bratt, faculty)
The case for fracking: Delays in decision costing Nova Scotians millions: https://mru.ca/17c (Halifax Chronicle-Herald – Gerard Lucyshyn, faculty)
Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Names Kate Fenske as New CEO: https://mru.ca/c89b (ChrisD.ca – Kate Fenske, alumna)
Belcarra: Harvard-educated Belenkie to run for mayor: https://mru.ca/eb9 (Tri-City News – Neil Belenkie, alumnus)
Also worth noting
Capilano University celebrates 50 years: https://mru.ca/82b (Vancouver Sun)
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