Adult volleyball is more popular than ever in Calgary.
As Katelyn White reports, the provincial volleyball organization no long offer indoor adult games, but rec. leagues in Calgary are thriving.
One of the new clubs on campus is the Philosophy Club.
The members are trying to open up new and interesting discussions to Mount Royal students of all disciplines.
Alex O’Neill explains what you can expect at a Philosophy Club meeting.
She’s only fourteen-years-old and is already an outspoken advocate for Gay Straight Alliances.
She tried to start a Gay Straight Alliance in her Catholic School but she wasn’t successful.
Leigh Beacom reports.
Calgary’s first cat café, the Regal Cat Cafe, has reached over a hundred cat adoptions.
The unique coffeeshop has been open for five months now.
Kim Mallari Reports.
The Riddell Library’s Food for Fines program has been running for nine years now.
The Mount Royal University program helps students pay off their library fines and helps feed students in need.
Holly Roberts reports on the program’s success
Students living in the Mount Royal University Student Residence can expect regular unit inspections.
West Resident Advisor, Carly Hanselmann says students can avoid cleaning fees but just making sure they keep their units tidy and pick the right roommates.
Mika Morales reports.
The following news stories were created by Broadcasting students in the Fall 2016 semester.
There’s a new way to find love in Calgary. It uses the art of conversation!
The availability of affordable rental accommodation in Calgary is impacting student housing on the MRU campus.
The Mount Royal Residence Activities Council held its first De-Stress Fest. It featured puppies, a cat, colouring and a Post-it notes board.The event was held in a conference room in MRU’s West Residence.
Scott Stimson has more on the event.