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Examining the definitions of body image

  Posted on: February 18, 2015

Have your perceptions of body image challenged or reinforced during a free body image workshop on March 6 by American poet, performance artist, activist, and transformational leader Sonya Renee Taylor.

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Story Tellers Gala presents Richard Wagamese

  Posted on: February 18, 2015

Richard Wagamese — prominent local and national writer, author, story teller, performance story teller, and more — will educate, entertain, and inspire during the sixth annual Story Tellers Gala on Feb. 25.

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Family ties on a global campus

  Posted on: February 12, 2015

When you’re thinking about moving 15,000 kilometres away from family and friends for school, homesickness is to be expected. But when recent graduate Idah Msiska (’14) considered coming to TRU from her home country of Zambia, family made all the difference.

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Clemantine Wamariya opens International Days at TRU

  Posted on: March 11, 2014

Leading up to her keynote address at International Days, genocide survivor and activist Clemantine Wamariya talks with the Newsroom about her fight for human rights and how she inspires others to make a difference.

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Smudging Aboriginal Indigenous

A week of games, dance and story-telling

  Posted on: February 28, 2014

Aboriginal Awareness Week runs March 2 to 8, including story-telling, dance, games, and a unique opportunity to experience the diversity of Aboriginal cultures and perspectives at TRU.

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Estil

Bilingual signs stop traffic at TRU

  Posted on: April 1, 2010

Estil, Secwepemctsin for ‘stop’, the bilingual signs are the first significant public indicator that TRU is located in the heart of Secwepemc territory.

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