Writing Horror Stories While Completing a Master’s Degree—A Surprisingly Positive Testimony

Near the end of my undergraduate degree in English at Mount Royal University, I co-designed and fulfilled the requirements for a Directed Readings/Writings course with Dr. Randy Schroeder. Aside from

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Transforming your thesis into a book – Experiences and advice from Rachel Herbert

Interview by Emily Aalbers MA Student, Communication Media and Film Rachel Herbert graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree majoring in English, and again in 2011 with a master’s degree

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The Ray-Finned Fishes – An Enduring Conundrum

By Conrad Mackenzie Wilson Think of a living vertebrate – in this instance, anything with a backbone will do.  If I had to, I would guess that you picked a

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A note about academiology

I took on the Academiology initiative because it aligns with one of my greatest passions and my greatest grievances. As a scientist, my work will likely remain in the crystalline

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Re: A letter to me, circa September 1, 2015–the day before I started the Haskayne MBA

Dear Mr. Malate, I am writing to you right before you begin a very important chapter in your life, beginning an MBA at the Haskayne School of Business. Now you

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A Professional Digger: Spending the Summer Playing in the Dirt

Hello there! I am Alyssa—a graduate student studying Archaeology (a.k.a. studying to be a professional digger and interpreter of the past). I returned to Calgary in mid-July from Campeche, Mexico,

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Seafood and Symmetry in the Icelandic Arctic Fox

This is an international cross-disciplinary project. Our team consists of an early-career evolutionary biologist, a scientific journalist, and the leading fox expert in Iceland. We are brought together by a

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