Dean of Arts at TRU responds to student concern

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Some students at Thompson Rivers University are worried they're not going to get the degrees they're paying for.

Yesterday, we heard from two undergraduate students.

They were responding to looming cuts to sessional or contract staff within the Faculty of Arts.

Here is a little of what students Casey Helgason and Braydon Wilson told Daybreak.

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To repond to those concerns, Daybreak then reached Jim Gaisford.

He's the Dean of the Faculty of Arts.

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