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Lyn Richards and Harmony Bercar

Learning their lives to the fullest

   Wednesday, June 24 2020

After more than five combined decades of successful careers, two mature learners hit the books again.

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book cover lost in the Shoah

Lost to the Shoah: Bleak, unforgettable, and vitally important

   Thursday, February 6 2020

In Lost to the Shoah, Jeff McLaughlin helps Holocaust survivor Vera Schiff tell the stories of the people she knew while at Theresienstadt.

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Record year for investment in undergraduate research

   Wednesday, December 4 2019

So far this year, 41 students have been awarded UREAP scholarships for a total investment of $250,000.

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Research aims to reduce barriers for women fleeing violence

   Monday, November 25 2019

Women fleeing violence often have to leave behind their pets. Dr. Rochelle Stevenson is working to change that.

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Path to poetry a winding one

   Thursday, November 14 2019

Conrad Scott, once a TRU undergrad, today a published poet, reflects on his research journey.

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Pop culture influencer offers backstage pass to rock history

   Friday, November 1 2019

Rock-star manager Andrew Loog Oldham is collaborating with TRU to offer a once-in-a-lifetime course on the evolution of pop culture.

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From TRU Gallery to the Kamloops Art Gallery 

   Monday, September 23 2019

Upon Further Discussion is on display in The Cube at the Kamloops Art Gallery from Sept. 21 to Oct. 26, with an opening reception on Oct. 5.

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Ashya Cross BFA Student

Unpredictable ink: A screen printer’s journey

   Monday, August 19 2019

How a Bachelor of Fine Arts student found her way and took home a national art prize.

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Researchers awarded prestigious federal grants

   Thursday, July 18 2019

Six TRU researchers will share in more than $400,000 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's Insight Program.

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Gatecrasher “a tiny miracle” for Buis

   Tuesday, July 2 2019

Susan Buis' first book of poetry, Gatecrasher, observes the physical structures humans create, and the natural landscapes we exist within.

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