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MRU Media: 10/09/2019

This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.

MRU in the News

Corus Entertainment establishes 2 scholarships for Calgary journalism students: (Global News – Brad Clark, MRU Journalism program)

What if Darth Vader had a child counsellor?: (CBC News at 6, Oct. 2, 20:20 – Josh Lockhart, speaker; MRU Psychology)

Darth Vader and child counselling: (660 News, Sept. 29, – Josh Lockhart, speaker; MRU Psychology, clip unavailable)

CAMP Festival at Mount Royal University: (CBC News, The Homestretch)

Students/experts/alum in the news

A retrofitted city bus delivers affordable produce to Calgary’s ‘food deserts’: (Calgary Herald – Anna Johnson, Institute for Community Prosperity)

Security video reveals full extent of ‘assault’ by Edmonton police on alleged truck thief: (CBC News – Kelly Sundberg, faculty)

As Trans Mountain flies under the election radar, a missed opportunity: (Bloomberg News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Wear your heart on your sleeve: Why the Alberta government is endorsing pro-oil T-shirts: (Star Metro Calgary – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Scheer to visit notorious border crossing: (CTV News Channel – Lori Williams, faculty)

Will Andrew Scheer ruin Canada?: (National Observer – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Families’ feelings over killer’s increasing freedom understandable, says justice studies professor: (City News 880 – Doug King, faculty)

Also worth noting

In Cape Breton, a dramatic rise in international students has transformed a school and a community: (Globe and Mail)

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