The Disaster & Emergency Students Society (DESS) in collaboration with the BU World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Club collected a total of $6,105 for Haiti Relief. This amount was presented to the Canadian Red Cross and in turn matched by the Federal Government.
“Let us honour the memory of those who died in Sharpeville and other racist incidents by redoubling our efforts to eradicate all forms of racism and racial discrimination. Let us translate good intentions into legal standards and the will to uphold them.
BRANDON, MB – Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Brandon University to announce the Government of Canada’s support for the Brandon University Healthy Living Centre. The project will expand and improve the current gymnasium built in 1965 at the Brandon University campus.
BRANDON, MB – A new initiative at Brandon University will help first-year students explore one of four academic themes designed to unite them with others that share in their interests.
Arts One provides students with a peer group interested in similar issues and links them with engaging, talented faculty who are committed to their success.
BRANDON, MB – The 2009-2010 pro series continues with a recital featuring three School of Music faculty members. Pianist Kyung Kim will be collaborating with clarinettist Catherine Wood and ‘celllist Leanne Zacharias.
BRANDON, MB – Paul Sanderson, from the Brandon University Bobcats men’s volleyball team, has been named the 2009-10 Player of the Year in the CIS.
Paul Sanderson was in Kamloops, BC, with Athletic Director Kirk De Fazio, Wednesday evening to receive this award at the CIS Men’s Volleyball banquet at Thompson Rivers University. Sanderson was named the Canada West MVP last, and then forwarded as a nominee with the MVP’s from the three other conferences (Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic regions) throughout the country for the honour.
BRANDON, MB – Students from BU School of Music Opera Ensemble are set to perform the comic opera, “Albert Herring” by Benjamin Britten.
The opera takes place in the late 1950’s of an English village.
– Booths from a wide variety of companies and organizations
-Breakout sessions on a diverse array of career-related topics
-Building a network of mentors in an informative setting
See attached poster for more details.
BRANDON, MB – Every year throughout the world women celebrate International Women’s Week culminating with International Women’s Day on March 8. Steeped in a history of women’s struggles for equality, it has come to symbolize women’s efforts to shape a better world.
This year, the Brandon University Status of Women Committee has chosen to celebrate International Women’s Day by featuring the following outstanding female students on the BU web site.
Assiniboine Community College and the Royal Bank of Canada would like you to be a part of the third annual Prairie Innovation Forum. This year’s forum will be like no other.