BRANDON, MB – In his debut pro series performance, jazz drummer Eric Platz will be joined by his departmental colleagues, saxophonist Greg Gatien and pianist Michael Cain. The trio will offer a programme of jazz standards and originals, on Tuesday, December 1, in the Lorne Watson Recital Hall.
Brandon, MB – Brandon University’s World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Club will be honoring World AIDS Day on Tuesday, December 1 with two events.
First, students at Brandon University will be holding an HIV/AIDS Vigil from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
OTTAWA, ON – Brandon University students were honoured this past weekend by World University Service of Canada (WUSC) for their work with student refugee sponsorship and international development.
WUSC is a non-profit organization dedicated to human development and global understanding through education and training.
BRANDON, MB – The Faculty of Arts at Brandon University is delighted to announce the inauguration of a nine-month Aboriginal Writer-in-Residency, generously co-sponsored by the Canada Council for the Arts and Brandon University. This Residency will hopefully become an annual program, with a different featured author each year.
BRANDON, MB – The acronym AED may become a household name in the future, when it comes to saving lives.
Brandon University has received the latest Automated External Defibrillator which will be located in the lobby of the BU gymnasium.
BRANDON, MB – In the spring of 2010, it will be 65 years since the Canadians liberated the Netherlands from German occupation. Next year, they will be returning, but this time it will be students, walking in the footsteps of the soldiers.
BRANDON, MB – MacLeans’s magazine has released their annual university rankings, Thursday, November 5, and Brandon University placed 13 out of 22 institutions in the in the primarily undergraduate category.
Brandon University’s relatively strong showing was supported by having the best student to faculty ratio in the nation and the smallest average class sizes.
BRANDON, MB – The future for the Bobcat women’s volleyball team is looking up – literally. The Bobcats are pleased to announce the signing of 6’2” Meaghan Robertson.
Count Birds for Science!
Join us on December 22nd for this grand birding tradition.
Britain’s birds have seen a dramatic reversal of fortune over the last decade, with once threatened species now thriving and previously common sightings becoming increasingly rare.
A major report from several of Britain’s leading conservation groups and led by the RSPB says rare birds such as the osprey have fared much better than common counterparts.