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Study Until Midnight!

  Posted on: April 13, 2018

Main Library Extended Access During the exam period,  Main Library will extend the hours of access to the building until midnight, daily from Monday April 9th to Friday April 27th. The temporary change in hours will offer access to the Main Library to use for study space. The hours of Library Services will be unaffected. Weekdays:…

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De-Stress in the Stress Free Zone

  Posted on: April 13, 2018

Take a break from studying, refresh your mind and have some fun in the Stress-Free Zone during final exams, April 9 – 27 Look for the bright tables of puzzles and games in the library on the 3rd floor of the House of Learning, and also 1st floor of Main Library (NEW this year!) The…

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Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference 2018

  Posted on: March 20, 2018

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, why not drop by a FREE student conference? The 13th annual TRU Undergraduate Research & Innovation Conference is taking place March 23-24, wrapping up a busy TRU Research Week, https://www.tru.ca/research/research-week.html This research celebration is an opportunity for students from all programs, departments, and areas of study…

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Long Night Against Procrastination is back!

  Posted on: March 5, 2018

Writing doesn’t have to be a lonely and isolating chore requiring endurance and fortitude. On March 15th, join a campus community of writers and academic support services at the Long Night Against Procrastination. Stay up late together, attend academic and wellness workshops throughout the night, and put a dent in your assignments! Registration isn’t required,…

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TNRD Talks: Freedom To Read 2018

  Posted on: February 6, 2018

Freedom To Read _TRU Library & TNRD On Tuesday, February 27th the TNRD Library System and TRU Library will host a panel discussion in celebration of Freedom to Read Week. Freedom to Read Week celebrates and supports authors and readers by encouraging all Canadians to think about intellectual freedom. Intellectual freedom is the right to…

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