Nearly all of what TRU students placed in standard garbage bins could have been recycled instead, according to TRU’s sustainability department.
Author: Ryan Turcot
The focus of Duncan’s thesis research, which began in January 2013, is to identify patterns between the fluctuating water levels and the overwintering, or hibernating, patterns of the turtle.
It’s no secret that university is time consuming, or that many university students are perpetually broke. Let’s kill both birds with one stone: I’m deviating from my usual journalistic voice this issue to share some …
“The abalone population densities are so low right now that on average there's about one abalone per five or six square meters."
From 3D printers to virtual environments, technology is helping to combine worlds In the wake of looming deadlines for semester-end assignments, Hector Alzate is one of the few students at TRU who can justify spending …
A disease has killed over 5.7 million bats in North America to date, and it is spreading west, potentially towards British Columbia.
CAC rooftop installation provides first electricity generated on campus
Startup Weekend Kamloops an opportunity for student programmers, designers and entrepreneurs
“Can I tell you an Ebola joke?” TRU professor Michael Mehta began. “You probably won’t get it.”
Last year, TRU only received six final applications for their $100,000 Sustainability Grant Fund. This year, students have until Nov. 16 to apply for the grant.