Hello Calgary Journal Subscribers!
Welcome back to the last edition of our summer 2021 newsletter. Taylor and I have enjoyed bringing you new, interesting reads these past few months but will be passing the torch back to the journalism students who are preparing their return to campus in September. We are excited to see and read all the stories they have. Before we sign off, however, we have a few more summer reads for you:
- Western landscape painter focusing her creativity on metalwork art — a profile on Rosanna Marmont and how her art works to challenge the viewer’s eye
- Direct delivery services benefit local grocers and their customers — looking at solution-based companies who are aiding communities impacted by food deserts
- Canadian women dominate Tokyo 2020 Olympics leaving many excited for the future of women in sport –– as Canadian women bring home 18 medals for Canada, those in the sport world reflect upon how they will inspire
- Vaccinations for MRU students not required this fall semester –– while some universities across the country announcing mandatory vaccines for anyone returning to campus, Mount Royal has opted not to require them
Don’t forget to also check out our Lens Galleries, where other Calgary Journal journalists showcase stories and our city through photography. For daily Calgary Journal updates, don’t forget to check us out on our socials. Enjoy and happy reading!
— Charlotte Holmes, digital editor
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