Oct. 27: Book Slam (#don'tneedtoreadthebook#Colesnotes) The Myth of the Muslim Tide by Doug Saundersd As follow up to the event on Radicalization and Islam MRU is hosting a "Book Slam" (being an event that gives participants a Coles Notes experience of a book without having to read it) of the book "The Myth of the Muslim Tide" by author Doug Saunders. This follow up event will take place on Monday October 27 12-1pm in the Meditation Centre W201. The Book Slammer will be Prof. Glen Ryland from GenEd.
Oct. 2 to 4 Commemorating the Komagata Maru / Celebrating the Century Commemorating the Komagata Maru / Celebrating the Century brings together students, scholars, writers, directors, and members of the Sikh community and general public. It provides a forum for new research and new perspectives on the Komagata Maru, and on Sikh engagement with and within Canadian cultural, ethnic, and religious diversity. The event is free, but space is limited! See URL for times and room locations.
Sept. 25 — Writing Alberta: a talk about Alberta as muse in creative writing The Creative Writing and Events Consulting Group is hosting our first License to Learn event. featured authors include Bruce Hunter and Joan Shillington and the topic discussed will be Writing Alberta: a talk about Alberta as muse in creative writing. Event takes place on Sept 25 in the "Knuckle" at 12 p.m. you are welcome to bring your lunch, and the event is free and open to all.
Sept. 30 deadline for Thanksgiving floral pieces Support MRU's Transitional Vocational Program and celebrate Thanksgiving with a unique floral centrepiece. In support of the Transitional Vocational Program and sponsored by the Floral Design Program. Arrangements are $30 each (includes GST) and available by pre-order only. Order by contacting TVP at 403.440.6872. Deadline is Sept. 30 at 4:30 p.m. Arrangements will be delivered to each department on the afternoon of Oct. 9.
April. 6 - Register or Volunteer for the MRU Sprint Triathlon The 27th Annual MRU Sprint Triathlon is on Sunday, April 6. This event is designed for first time and novice triathletes, to be a fun and educational experience. Register as a team or individually, or volunteer to help make this event happen.
Mount Royal University staff and students lauded for saving the life of Ayaz Kara after he suffered a heart attack while playing squash Calgary Sun – When the 53-year-old went into cardiac arrest on Jan. 9, first aid training, an automated external defibrillator (AED) and half a dozen Mount Royal University staffers came to his rescue...
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