Fentanyl Information: Stay safe no matter what you do.
There’s been a lot of news about people dying from fentanyl overdoses. The drug is being mixed with all kinds of street drugs and only a few grains can be fatal. It’s impossible to detect; you can’t see, smell or taste it.
TRU wants everyone in our community to be safe. Please read our message about the rising number of deaths linked to street drugs and the resources you can go to for help.
Freaking out? Learn how to manage stress and still be a successful student.
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Look for one of our fun and educational events on campus throughout the year.
Find out how important sleep is and how you can sleep better.
WolfPack athletics, mindfulness and keeping your head in the game
Thursday, March 21 2019
Third-year student and WolfPack Baseball player Connor McKenzie shares advice on mindfulness and staying motivated.Read more
Nutrition, sleep, hygiene and the WolfPack student-athlete
Wednesday, February 27 2019
Here is a typical Monday as a TRU student-athlete as told by volleyball player Anton Napolitano.Read more
Sparkes Notes: Fitting fitness into your daily routine
Wednesday, February 13 2019
Co-op student Amy Sparkes shares her favorite tips for fitting fitness into her busy schedule. Read more
Lots to talk about—mental health and supports for students
Thursday, February 7 2019
Mental health is top-of-mind at the TRU Wellness Centre.Read more
Sparkes Notes: When all you’ve got sorted is your laundry
Thursday, January 24 2019
Communications Coordinator Co-op Amy Sparkes shares her tips on managing a busy student schedule.Read more
News Nibbles: Food Services goes green
Tuesday, January 22 2019
TRU Food Services cares about its environmental impact. There are several ways we are working towards a greener campusRead more
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Nicole’s Notes: Saying yes to the student experience
Thursday, December 13 2018
Work-study student Nicole Stanchfield shares some of her ah-ha moments learned over the semester.Read more