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Your Guide on How to Take Effective Breaks and Build Better Habits

With finals season underway, you may find yourself starting to feel overwhelmed and begin to procrastinate on projects or studying because you aren’t sure where to start. When there’s so much on your plate, it can be difficult to find a balance between productivity and rest, but with a little planning and persistence, your to-do list will seem a lot more manageable!

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The future is now! What to expect at this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Are you interested in how SAMRU is run or simply want to learn about the developments and direction your Students’ Association will be taking over the next year? No matter how involved you are with SAMRU, you will be impacted by what happens at the AGM. It’s not an exaggeration to say this is the most crucial day of the year in regard to SAMRU’s operations as we elect our next group of Student Governors and Representatives. 

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Reasons you should apply for a delicious SAMRU Award

For over 60 years, the Students’ Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) has believed the ultimate goal of all Mount Royal University students is academic success and personal achievement. SAMRU understands the importance of recognizing and honouring the non-academic and extra-curricular contributions of MRU students. So we’ve taken a page out of the Willy Wonka playbook and dedicated a day to give back to the exceptional individuals who are a part of the campus community – to the tune of $40,000 in golden tickets scholarships, as a matter of fact.

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Academic Policy Updates From the REC Town Hall

Recent internal MRU policy changes have resulted in some big wins for students! Student Representation at General Faculties Council (GFC) meetings Your Representation Executive Council (REC) President and Vice-President Academic attend regular General Faculties Council (GFC) meetings accompanied by student volunteers. The …

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Setting Yourself Up For Success With D2L

Starting in the Fall 2022 semester, Mount Royal students will experience a new way of accessing course content and collaborating with their peers as the University phases out Blackboard Learn, replacing it with the more robust and modern Learning Management System (LMS) D2L Brightspace.