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BMO Financial Group gives $500,000 to help expand Goodman School of Business

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BMO Financial Group gives $500,000 to help expand Goodman School of Business

Brock University Tuesday got a big boost from BMO Financial Group: a $500,000 gift to help complete a major renewal and expansion of Brock’s Goodman School of Business. The donation was delivered to University President Jack Lightstone by Shawn Namvar, BMO’s Regional Vice President, Personal Banking. The gift will support the Goodman School expansion project, […]

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The Joyce Foundation makes major financial gift to Brock University

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The Joyce Foundation makes major financial gift to Brock University

A $2.5 million gift from The Joyce Foundation will be used to establish new bursaries covering full tuition of multiple students each year. The major donation announced Friday, Nov. 27, will create The Joyce Foundation Bursary, the largest single bursary fund in Brock’s history. “This is one of the most significant gift announcements in the […]

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Brock students hope to boost mental health awareness with event Tuesday

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Brock students hope to boost mental health awareness with event Tuesday

Ever since Brock University student Olivia Corbett was eight years old, she has struggled with anxiety and panic attacks. “Some days you can’t relax or function in your daily routine. It’s completely and totally isolating, and feeling that alone can make the struggle to get better even worse,” said Corbett, a fourth-year Concurrent Education student. […]

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Three students to walk from Brock to Toronto in support of Syrian refugees

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Three students to walk from Brock to Toronto in support of Syrian refugees

Three Brock University students will leave the school at 8 a.m. Friday for an incredible journey in support of Syrian refugees. Friends Patrick Foster, Jad Nasser and Nigeria Goli Emiko Murphy will walk more than 100 kilometres from Friday, Nov. 27 to Sunday, Nov. 29 from Brock’s Schmon Tower to Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, […]

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Record-breaking crowd to watch Badgers basketball at Meridian Centre

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Record-breaking crowd to watch Badgers basketball at Meridian Centre

The Brock Badgers men’s and women’s basketball teams play their first-ever games at the Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines Saturday, and more than 2,000 tickets have already been scooped up. That will make the doubleheader games between the Badgers and Lakehead Thunderwolves the biggest-ever sporting event in the 51-year history of Brock University. Brock’s […]

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Cheechoo film screening coming to Brock University

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Cheechoo film screening coming to Brock University

Moose River Crossing, the award-winning film by Shirley Cheechoo, will be screened during a special performance at Brock University Thursday, Nov. 26. Cheechoo, who was installed as Brock’s Chancellor last month, will be on hand for the screening, and will host a question and answer discussion with audience members at the end of the film. […]

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