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MRU Media: 12/03/2019

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

MRU in the News

Gaining a competitive edge to advance your career: (Business in Calgary – Brad Mahon, Dean)

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation: (Global News – MRU Journalism program, Rose De Souza, Noel Harper, Jo Horwood, Christian Kindrachuk, Andrea Wong, students; Janice Paskey, faculty)

Calgary councillors push for a ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove lead pipes servicing residential homes: (Star Metro Calgary – MRU Journalism program)

Opinion: A tale of two provinces: (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Students/experts/alum in the news

Syrian refugees in Canada: Four years after the welcome: (The Conversation – Leah Hamilton, faculty)

Kenney heads to premiers’ meeting amid tension in Alberta: (Global News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Challenges for western premiers: (News Talk 980 – Duane Bratt, faculty)

It’s Mine: 1966 Mercedes Benz 200D sedan: (Driving – Stefano Mariani, student)

The chosen few: Why certain graphic photos become iconic, and others don’t: (The Signal – Janet Arnold, faculty)

It’s best not to stress how hobbies can help student mental health: (Calgary Journal – Sonya Flessati, Wellness; Chloe MacEachern, student)

Also worth noting

Grande Prairie Regional College announces new CEO and president: (Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune)

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