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Arts, Page 24

Making a difference by getting out the vote

  Posted on: November 3, 2014

As a student, Will George made the most of his university experience by getting involved in the campus community, whether contributing to grassroots projects or helping shape policy at the top level. Now the TRU alumnus is making a difference on a wider scale.

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Research Assistants

Learning In The Background Of HomeLessMess Theatre

  Posted on: October 16, 2014

For theatre students Robin Arundel and Taran Waterous, working as research assistants with the Home/Less/Mess theatre project meant applying the skills they acquired in the TRU theatre program to a new and challenging context.

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Rent Bank Research Lends Hope to the Homeless

  Posted on: September 8, 2014

What happens to a family in danger of eviction when they can’t pay the rent? Dr. Ehsan Latif’s new project researches the performance of the Kamloops Rent Bank in its goal to prevent homelessness.

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A TRU Start to a First Class Graduate

  Posted on: June 9, 2014

Class of 2014 Law graduate Lisa Scruton was only nine years old, reading books on law with her stepfather, a Justice of the Peace, when she decided she would become a lawyer.

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Jane’s Walk Highlights Research Of Two Faculty

  Posted on: May 1, 2014

Learn more about the old Corkscrew Road and the calming effects of labyrinths during two research-based walks hosted by faculty members Ernie Kroeger and Nina Johnson.

The May 4 walks are a celebration of Jane’s Walk, which is a worldwide event celebrating the legacy of Jane Jacobs and her imagined walkable neighbourhoods and cities.

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Debut novel by Karen Hofmann

  Posted on: March 13, 2014

Karen Hofmann, associate professor in English and Modern Languages and Creative Writing at TRU, releases her first novel, After Alice, on April 1.

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