Author: Mike Davies

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Goodbye Robin, and thank you

Remembering what an icon of my youth showed me about the world and how he taught me to see it “On August 11, 2014, at approximately 11:55 a.m.,” read the press release on my screen, …

Foodservice woes

All the food services construction in the world can’t help you if you don’t operate them properly once they’re open When Sean Brady told me he was going to be doing a piece for this edition …
The organization has been tasked with the production of the first 40 open textbooks for implementation across B.C. post-secondary institutions. (Image courtesy BCcampus)

Struggling to afford books?

There are obstacles, but free open-sourced textbooks are on their way to classrooms, and you can help get them there Of the many significant expenses one incurs while attending post-secondary, perhaps none are as frustrating as …

What’s next for a greener TRU?

Department of Environment and Sustainability wants input on where they should focus their resources We’ve got solar panels on top of a bunch of buildings, composting bins in the halls and we use one-third less …

BC Lions FanFest 2014

As the BC Lions wrap up another successful training camp—the fifth straight year Kamloops has hosted them—they, as always, returned the favour by hosting their fans for a shindig at the Tournament Capital Centre. Sunday, …

Vancouver’s Tommy Alto on tour

Tommy Alto, out of Vancouver could very well be one of the next breakthrough bands on the Canadian music scene, and they’re coming through Kamloops as part of the tour to promote their recent release, …

Drink and Draw

Another successful engaging artistic endeavour by the KAG She was covering some of the tables of the Noble Pig—the brewpub downtown on Victoria Street—with big pieces of paper and securing them with tape. 2013 TRU …