Month: December 2017

Several Brandon University buildings will be without power for up to two hours on Thursday afternoon, during a coordinated switchover of high-voltage power.
Manitoba Hydro will be on site for the switchover, which is planned for 1 p.m.

BRANDON – An anonymous couple has found a fitting, and very generous, way to recognize Brandon University’s (BU’s) 50th year.
The couple gifted shares to the University valued at approximately $50,000. Written on the donation form was, “Happy Birthday BU!”
“Brandon University is a high-quality jewel, a treasure,” said one of the donors.

BRANDON – A Brandon University (BU) student has been honoured by the Manitoba Council for International Education (MCIE) with an award recognizing her hard work in and out of the classroom.
Nathashalee Thompson recently received an International Student Award from the Manitoba Council for International Education.

Members of Brandon University’s administration have embraced a call to give back with a combined pledge of $50,000 to the BU50 staff and faculty fundraising appeal.
As BU celebrates the 50th anniversary of receiving its charter as a university, as it continues a remarkable five-year streak of growth, and as it embarks with a new Campus Master Plan on a transformative downtown expansion, now is an ideal time for donors to make a difference by contributing to BU through the Brandon University Foundation.

Brandon University (BU) is celebrating the approach of Human Rights Day on December 10.
Human Rights Day marks the anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Declaration, signed by the United Nationals General Assembly on December 10, 1948, sets a standard of rights and goals for people and nations around the world.