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Farmers Market rained out

Farmers Market rained out

Bad news for those hoping to enjoy an outdoor market lunch today.

Final tally shows Cuvée 2015 raised thousands for students and research

Final tally shows Cuvée 2015 raised thousands for students and research

The accounting is finished, and organizers of Cuvée 2015 report that this year’s grape and wine celebration event generated net revenues of $33,000, most of which will go to supporting student scholarships and grape and wine research.
This was the first year that Cuvée was organized by Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute, a [...]

Spring Convocation captured in time lapse video

Spring Convocation captured in time lapse video

Brock University’s 2015 Spring Convocation ceremonies took months of planning and days to set up for.

More colour and security as Brock plays host for Pan Am Games

More colour and security as Brock plays host for Pan Am Games

The Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games flag was raised at Brock today (July 3) as the University prepares to host hundreds of athletes and officials from across the Americas.
The teams, who will be here from July 5 through 17, will be competing in Pan Am rowing, canoe and kayak events being held at venues in [...]

15 Artists’ Common new address for downtown arts school

15 Artists’ Common new address for downtown arts school

The Brock University Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts has an official address.

Move-in time for Brock’s new downtown campus

Move-in time for Brock’s new downtown campus

Moving the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts into its new home in downtown St. Catharines is like conducting an orchestra.

Media Talk (June 1-15, 2015)

Media Talk (June 1-15, 2015)

“Media Talk” is a recurring summary of select Brock faculty, staff and student appearances in the media.

Brock researchers receive NSERC grants and scholarships

Brock researchers receive NSERC grants and scholarships

A product of Vitamin A metabolism, retinoic acid, has long been known to aid the development of nerve cells, which are cells that process and transmit information in the brain through electrical and chemical signals.

Relay for Life means traffic, parking changes Saturday

Relay for Life means traffic, parking changes Saturday

Events on campus Saturday will mean a change in traffic flow and parking options at Brock University.

Pan Am torch relay stops at Brock campus at noon Saturday

Pan Am torch relay stops at Brock campus at noon Saturday

On Saturday June 20 the Brock community is invited to join the welcome party as the 2015 Pan American Games Torch Relay reaches the University on its six-week journey from Mexico to the opening ceremonies July 10 in Toronto.
Brock University Students’ Union president Kyle Rose will be one of the torchbearers as the entourage is [...]

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