Fill the food bank while waiving library fines

Fill the food bank while waiving library fines

Courtney Dickson, Roving Editor Ω For the ninth year, the library is partnering with TRUSU to fill the food bank and keep money in students’ pockets. Now through April 27, students who have incurred fines for overdue books from the TRU Library can waive those fines by donating non-perishable food items to Food For Fines. … Continue reading

International Intonation – April 10, 2013

International Intonation – April 10, 2013

Mark Hendricks, Contributor Ω I can see what you’re dreaming Japanese scientists recently announced they can predict what a person is dreaming about with 60 per cent accuracy. The process involves a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine, which measures brain activity by detecting changes in blood flow and an algorithm. The scientists subject patients … Continue reading

Rang De Basanti paints campus

Rang De Basanti paints campus

Allison Declercq-Matthas, Contributor Ω Colours flew as 250 people participated in the TRUSU India Club’s Rang De Basanti outside of Old Main on Saturday, April 6. Using Indian food, bhangra dancing, a DJ and an event called colour play, where people use coloured powder and water to cover others in vibrant colours, the TRU event … Continue reading

Adrien Hervillard’s road to Kamloops

Adrien Hervillard’s road to Kamloops

Philipp Ciossek, Contributor Ω The British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) hockey season might be over, but for TRU hockey goalkeeper Adrien Hervillard, there is no rest, not once. Sweat is dripping from his forehead, his body is aching from hits he takes as he practices ju-jitsu and muay thai kickboxing in the Infusion Fitness … Continue reading

TRU successfully providing students with career education

TRU successfully providing students with career education

Karla Karcioglu, Contributor Ω Compared to other post-secondary institutions, TRU is successfully educating its students in academics and assisting them post-graduation in finding employment. What makes TRU stand out from other universities is they are merging the academic side of the university with career education. “We’re a little university,” said Shawn Read, student employment coordinator … Continue reading