The commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is the keynote speaker in what is a collaboration presentation of TRUSU’s annual Story Tellers Gala and the TRU President’s Lecture Series.
Tours, information sessions and specialized events are planned. Among them, a Culinary Arts cooking demonstration and a staged trial by the Faculty of Law in their moot courtroom.
Kamloops philanthropist Ken Lepin presented $35,000 in awards to nine TRU graduate students on Oct. 8 to support graduate research and business excellence.
2015 Biology grad Erik Prytula’s painting Taking Flight commemorates his Haida heritage and the journey students take when they come to TRU.
Celebrate the reward of months and years of attending classes, studying, late nights and class projects when a couple hundred graduates cross the stage during Fall Convocation 2015.
The silver maples along the edge of the Campus Commons have turned scarlet. Mornings are cooler but some days there is enough heat in the afternoon sun to sit on the grass and enjoy a PSL (pumpkin spice latte). It’s the season of sweaters, home games and mid-terms—here are some timely tips.
In W.O. Mitchell’s Back to Beulah, the tables are turned on a doctor when three of her patients take her hostage and take matters into their own hands.