A former student union president pleaded guilty and apologized yesterday for bringing negative attention to Mount Royal University, her former school. Meghan Darcy Melnyk, 28, told reporters outside a Calgary courtroom that she is “so regretful” that her actions put the university in the spotlight. “I am very remorseful,” she said. “I’m willing to take accountability for my actions,” she added. Melnyk robbed a Servus Credit Union on Feb. 29 and was caught because a staff member had written down her PT Cruiser’s license plate number. For more, see the Calgary Herald.