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Brock confirms campus will open at noon Sunday

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Brock confirms campus will open at noon Sunday

Brock University’s campus will re-open at noon today (Sunday April 15), after operations were shut down on Saturday due to icy weather conditions. Food services for residence students will open at the usual Sunday time of 10:30 a.m. The James Gibson Library and Walker Complex recreation facilities will open at 4 p.m. There were no […]

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Brock campus closed until noon on Sunday due to ice storm

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Brock campus closed until noon on Sunday due to ice storm

Brock University will be closed until noon on Sunday April 15/2018, as severe winter weather conditions continue to make for unsafe travel conditions across southern Ontario. Campus food services will remain in operation for residence students, but the University library will be closed and all other scheduled activities will be cancelled, allowing time for ice-covered […]

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Saturday exams at Brock University cancelled as ice storm looms

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Saturday exams at Brock University cancelled as ice storm looms

Brock University press release – Brock University is cancelling all exams scheduled for Saturday, April 14/2018 after Environment Canada declared the growing likelihood of an ice storm this weekend. To minimize travel and protect personal safety, exams scheduled for Saturday will now take place on Thursday, April 26. Times and location will be posted next […]

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Three Brock profs capture Ontario Early Researcher Awards

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Three Brock profs capture Ontario Early Researcher Awards

Brock University press release – Creating a device to detect prostate cancer. Determining how and why perfectionism impacts adolescent health. Understanding the process that leads to children forgetting to carry out a future intention. These areas of interest will be pursued by three Brock University researchers thanks to a provincial grant announced last month by […]

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Wear a jersey Thursday to show support for Broncos

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Wear a jersey Thursday to show support for Broncos

Remember to wear your jersey Thursday Apr. 12/2018 to show your support for Humboldt and the Broncos. The Jersey Day campaign was the idea of British Columbia families to help people channel their grief and show their support for the town as they recover from the crash Friday Apr. 6/2018 between a transport truck and […]

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Pen Pal project connects college students with Heidehof seniors

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Pen Pal project connects college students with Heidehof seniors

After weeks of exchanging letters, a class of students from Niagara College finally met face-to-face with their pen pals from St. Catharines-based Heidehof Home for the Aged on Tuesday Apr. 10/2018. The Pen Pal Social marked the culmination of an inaugural Pen Pal project which paired 60 first-year Recreation Therapy students from the College with 20 seniors […]

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