Board of Governors

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I Don't Give A Damn About Our Reputation
Evan Robins directs her attention to the upcoming school year and the reputation Trent tends to garner amongst incoming students, compiling a counter-narrative to the university’s polished façade. You came to Trent for a reason, you ought to know the truth behind it.
A Half Empty Residence, a Tuition Hike, and a Message from Curve Lake: June's Board of Governors Meeting
Brazil Gaffney-Knox outlines the events of the Board of Governors meeting on June 25th, the final meeting of the academic year. Motions were passed, speeches made, (some) discussions ensued. TL;DR Curve Lake First Nation Chief, Emily Whetung commended Trent for its commitment to Indigenous peoples and positive relationship with Curve Lake, applications to Durham’s new residence are sparse and Leo’s “realistic hope” is that they’ll have half the promised capacity when school starts, BoG makes the “political” decision to increase to out-of-province tuition by 3%.
Member of Trent Board of Governors Charged with Impaired Driving
In this article, Nick Taylor details how a member of Trent's Board of Governors, John Desbiens, was charged with impaired driving in early 2021 and swiftly resigned from Trent's BoG, and several other local institutions and not-for-profits.
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