This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
MRU grads still waiting to walk the stage as COVID-19 postpones graduation: https://mru.ca/2943 (LiveWire Calgary)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Sledhead – Sledding Athletes Are Taking Their Lives. Did Brain-Rattling Rides and High-Speed Crashes Damage Their Brains?: https://mru.ca/dc03 (The New York Times — Alexis Morris, faculty)
Political fundraising numbers show Alberta is now a two-party province: https://mru.ca/9a030 (Edmonton Journal — Duane Bratt, faculty)
Chances of election over WE Charity scandal: https://mru.ca/d1eb (CTV News Channel – Duane Bratt, faculty; Lori Williams, faculty)
Privy Council Office to Review GG Allegations: https://mru.ca/e3b6 (CTV News Channel — Lori Williams, faculty)
Canadians’ right to information should not be compromised: commissioner: https://mru.ca/6388 (Richmond News — Sean Holman, faculty)
Sonic Versus The Flash: Who Would Win: https://mru.ca/dc414 (CBR.com — Richie Nguyen, alumnus)
Also worth noting
Student groups urge feds to redirect funds from WE charity program: https://mru.ca/51fa (CTV)
Blackbaud Hack: More UK universities confirm breach: https://mru.ca/c466 (BBC News)
Faculty group pans UCP research ‘fair deal’: https://mru.ca/f911 (Calgary Herald)
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