Both Dominique Hazel and Kelsey Boule competed in The(3MT™) competition held at TRU on March 20th, 2018. The 3MT™ is an internationally recognized research communication competition developed to challenge thesis-based graduate students. They were tasked to deliver a presentation of their research and its significance in three minutes or less to a non-specialist audience. Dominique spoke passionately on the environmental impacts of music festivals in B.C. and Kelsey shared her thesis on the ethical issues of sport hunting in the province. They represented the Masters of Environmental Science while competed alongside TRU students from diverse programs including: Masters of Education; Masters of Nursing; and Masters of Business Administration. It was a tight competition with compelling participants. Both students enjoyed listening to the other researchers on campus. Kelsey placed second in the competition judged by community members Donovan Cavers, Councillor City of Kamloops, Danalee Baker, Executive Director, United Way, Thompson Nicola Cariboo, and Andrew Cooper, Artistic Directior, Chimera Theatre.