Breaking Bread: Experiences of Muslim Students in Kamloops 

Breaking Bread: Experiences of Muslim Students in Kamloops 

Join the TRU Dean of Business, Mike Henry, and the TRU Dean of Arts, Rick McCutcheon, for a small group discussion around your experiences as a Muslim student on campus on Wednesday, Oct. 20 between 1 and 2:30 p.m. PST. This discussion is part of the TRU Students’ Union’s Breaking Bread series to connect small groups of students with community leaders to share perspectives, foster connections, and build community. 

This discussion is different from the other events in this series. Rather than bringing an expert on this topic, we are inviting you as a Muslim student to come to share your experiences and have senior members of the TRU community, such as Deans, attend to listen and learn. Given this format, this discussion is only open to students, alumni, or community members from the Muslim community. 

This discussion will cover a wide area of topics based on participants’ interests. Topics may include: 

  • What has been your experience as a Muslim student at TRU and in Kamloops? 
  • Are there gaps that you have noticed in services or accommodations? 
  • Are there areas that you think TRU is doing exceptionally well in welcoming Muslim students? 
  • And other questions based on interest! 

 If you are a student who is interested in joining this discussion sign up below! After signing up, you will receive more information and a link to join the virtual discussion!  

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When:

Oct 20, 2021 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Who:
TRUSU Campaigns Committee | campaigns@trusu.ca | 250-828-5289

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