BBA student Roopy Plawn is among the 16 finalists in the 2014 Miss India-Canada pageant.
Student researcher Spencer Morran learned that hands-on science camps and science centres are not just all about fun and games. They’re also an effective way to teach science.
Summer is a time to take up physical challenges and to test our endurance and mental stamina. And in doing so, it’s good to do some preparation before going out there and testing ourselves.
Thompson Rivers University Athletics and Recreation Director Ken Olynyk has announced that effective immediately, the hockey program is ceasing operations.
With the Kamloops Marathon being a fundraiser for TRU’s cross country running program, 96 more entries than last year will have a positive impact on the program.
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A disturbed piece of land is being restored to its natural vegetation and with it, comes the return of a living laboratory and research area for students and faculty.
24,000 students currently attend Thompson Rivers University. Since almost 20 per cent of them come to us from more than 85 countries around the globe, major international events often carry…..
A diverse music lineup is in store for the 40th anniversary of Live at TRU series, which runs September 2014 through March 2015.
The Classic Film Night series continues through the summer with comedies that will have you lol-ing the aisles.
Co-op student Jordan Fraser shares the highlights of her third work term, this one in Waterton Lakes National Park working for Parks Canada. Her position is Visitor Experience Product Development Administrative Assistant.
European fire ants expert Robert Higgins is able to further his research thanks to a $100,000 grant from the BC Inter-Ministry Invasive Species Working Group.
Geography faculty member Gilles Viaud is developing a tool to better determine quality of place for small cities.
Opportunities to transform learning from understanding the concepts to solving real world problems are what make university a life-changing experience. Reprinted from the Spring 2014 issue of Bridges Magazine.