Club Spotlight: TRUSU Eco Club

Thompson Rivers University is the first Canadian university to be ranked #1 and awarded the top college or university in North America for sustainability, and this is with help from the Eco Club. The Eco Club helps to promote environmental sustainability on campus and within the broader community!

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Studying Marketing in Canada: What You Should Know

Marketing is an ever-growing industry in Canada. If you think about it, the heart of your business success lies in its Marketing. Whether it is through advertising or sales, all companies need a marketer in their team. 

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9 Things Every First-Year Student Should Know

As a TRU alumni, I can confidently say that I have managed to figure out student life. Is it easy? No. Does it take time? Yes. But once you get the hang of it, you will wish you knew some things earlier. 

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Top 5 Things International Students Should Know

Being an international student can be challenging – it doesn’t matter how much research you might do beforehand, there are always things you can only figure out once you’re settled. 

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From Mexico to Canada: My Tips for Surviving Winter in Kamloops

Kamloops doesn’t get as cold as many places in Canada, still, it’s pretty cold for my standards. Kamloops winters are usually from November to February, and the coldest it gets is -30 (not very common). In my personal experience, it usually stays between -10 to -20 degrees Celsius. This for me is enough to freeze, so here are a few suggestions

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Staying Active at TRU

Staying active becomes even more important during university when all you want to do is either watch Netflix or study to not fail your next test. TRU is very aware of the need for recreation activities, and so has many for its students.

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Why You Should Visit Kamloops’ Riverside Park

You might be sitting at home on a boring day, thinking about what to do. Yet, being a student, maybe you do not want to spend money, or maybe you might not want to be too far away from your current place of residence. If you can relate to this, then why not try heading to Riverside Park?

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Benefits of Being a Domestic Student in a Diverse Campus

How often is it that we obtain insights from a domestic student regarding their experience of forming part of a diverse academic environment within their own homeland country of Canada? Alanna Cairns, a current on-campus MBA student, gladly shares her experience of being a domestic student within an international on-campus academic environment.

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