This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
Student collaboration Vivacity focuses on city’s arts community: https://mru.ca/cda7 (660 News, Catherine Pearl, faculty)
Mount Royal University course explores the economic and social value of art in Calgary: https://mru.ca/f9e (LiveWire Calgary – Catherine Pearl, faculty)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Morley student makes the list for her push for clean First Nations drinking water: https://mru.ca/034c (Star Metro Calgary – Glenielia Ariel Crawler, student)
Our faith in information is faltering when we most need facts: https://mru.ca/f203 (National Post – Sean Holman, faculty)
Discussion of public interest news: https://mru.ca/03ad (News 95.7, Halifax – Sean Holman, faculty)
New fines levied by Alberta election commissioner related to Callaway’s UCP leadership bid: https://mru.ca/c80 (Global News – Duane Bratt, faculty)
One thing the Alberta UCP and NDP agree on: They’re both mad at a Toronto city councilor: https://mru.ca/7bd5 (Star Metro Calgary – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Could latest development in UCP leadership controversy sway voters?: https://mru.ca/70d (CBC News at 6 – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Expert says campaign sign vandalism shouldn’t come as a surprise: https://mru.ca/3498 (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Also worth noting
UVic students protest increase in international tuition fees: https://mru.ca/5cc3 (Victoria Times-Colonist)
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