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Author: Robin

About Robin

Born in Banff and raised in the West Kootenay by hippies, Robin is a Nelson transplant from the mountains. She’s inspired by natural beauty, traditional and contemporary art and when environmental conservation meets savvy business decisions. A visual thinker, she likes sketching her ideas, photography and capturing funny videos for all the social media channels. You’ll catch her on a skateboard or snowboard most weekends, loving the Kamloops life—brewpubs, sagebrush, big skies and all. Send her your story ideas via rphelan@tru.ca

Posts by Robin:

More than meets the eyes

Paul Millross

  Posted on: April 19, 2018

Paul Millross is a legally-blind student and writer on exchange from The University of Chichester. He’s been making the most of his time.

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Stop. Collaborate and Create

Vernie Clement, (centre) Indigenous mentor and community coordinator, drumming with students Ryan Oliverius (left) and Justin Young

  Posted on: January 23, 2018

Three awards of $1,000 are available to current TRU faculty, staff and students for the purposes of creative collaboration.

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Career Night in Canada puck drop

  Posted on: January 10, 2018

Students and employers will faceoff on January 16 at the debut of Career Night in Canada—hosted by TRU’s Career Education Department.

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A little bit like Cheers

BFA alumna Emily Hope

  Posted on: January 4, 2018

Emily Hope, education and public programs director at KAG and fine arts alum shares why Kamloops is a great a community for visual artists.

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Elevate your holiday dinner

Culinary students preparing lunch at Scratch Café

  Posted on: December 18, 2017

A few tips and tricks to up your holiday meal this season, straight from the culinary faculty and students at TRU.

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TRU gift guide

Bachelor of Fine Arts grad Emily Hope's hand-made earrings

  Posted on: December 1, 2017

Here are several ideas for locally-made products and services that come straight from TRU graduates.

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Write about risk and win

first year tuition free ad

  Posted on: November 3, 2017

TRU’s creative non-fiction contest opens for a second year with the prize of first year tuition—free!

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