Alpha Phi Eta becomes TRU’s only internationally recognized sorority on campus
Author: Alexis Stockford
A TRU law professor isn’t budging in his criticism of the federal government’s new anti-terrorism bill, despite amendments made last week.
You know that feeling when you’re about to do something totally immature? That’s kind of how it felt lining up at the start line of the All-Canadian Run last Wednesday.
Tuition to be charged for adult basic education next year, but not everyone agrees
Now finishing his final year, Dylan Robinson takes a look at the road behind him
Course offerings, advising and parking top consultation feedback
Students want to cultivate green thumbs at TRU, but it’s been tried before
Three TRU students, in as many days, were in court last week facing charges for violent crimes.
Advocates for greater transparency at TRU can look forward to more information on the university’s investments in the next few years, according to TRU administration.
The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) plans to take the federal government to court before the next federal election.