Hello Calgary Journal Subscribers,
I hope you all are having a wonderful spring so far! We have officially wrapped up the winter semester, and with that, we have an influx of new stories to share with you all!
There’s a good range of stories and video pieces for you today, so happy reading and be sure to check out calgaryjournal.ca for all stories and event coverage.
This edition of the newsletter features some of our top new stories:
- Cinderella season: How MRU women’s hockey team faced down adversity to capture the school’s first national championship After overcoming seasons of adversity, the team scored the golden goal in overtime, capturing their first-ever national title in host-city Montréal on March 19.
- Q&A: Navigating disinformation online with expert Ahmed Al-Rawi Identifying “fake news,” showing empathy to others online and avoiding disinformation are all important when staying informed in the age of social media.
- Decaf offers the health benefits of coffee without the side-effects of caffeine Coffee is a beloved drink worldwide, with many people relying on their ritual cup to make it through the day.
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Christine Wignall started sculpting her signature human figures after a year of studying in Spain at the University of Valencia…
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