This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the news
A walk with a different spin: Booze, Broads and Brothels: https://mru.ca/5e30 (770 CHQR, Oct. 16, 5:40 a.m. – Kim Williams, faculty)
Calgary retailers ready for customers on first day of cannabis legalization: https://mru.ca/819a (CTV News)
City continues to hold open houses to gather input on Olympic bid: https://mru.ca/21d9 (CTV News)
Arts Listings: https://mru.ca/89b5 (Calgary Herald – Bella Concert Hall)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Israeli-Palestinian peace hope begins at grassroots: https://mru.ca/892d (Lethbridge Herald – Mark Ayyash, faculty)
Comparing Jews to Nazis anti-Semitic: https://mru.ca/d097 (Lethbridge Herald – Mark Ayyash, faculty)
Calgary non-profit has social impact bond in the works: https://mru.ca/7b05 (LiveWire Calgary – James Stauch, faculty)
The Invisible Heart – screening: https://mru.ca/200 (YYScene – James Stauch, faculty)
“It Is Really Hard to Know What is Real”: https://mru.ca/f731 (Nieman Reports – Margy MacMillan, retired faculty)
Also worth noting
‘You’re trailblazers’: University of Victoria launches world’s 1st Indigenous law degree program: https://mru.ca/f731 (CBC News)
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