Month: March 2019

The Brandon University Board of Governors has established an advisory group that will help it consider three detailed proposals for a possible BU development in downtown Brandon.
After receiving a pre-development report on the 70,000 square foot parcel last year, the Board of Governors began exploring options with private developers, and invited submissions this winter.

Members of the Brandon University community have a new space on campus for private prayer, religious reflection and meditation with the opening today of a dedicated multi-faith in the Queen Elizabeth II Music Building.
“The diverse range of people that we welcome at Brandon University, including people of numerous faiths and beliefs, drives so much of the energy and success on campus.

The Brandon University team of Meagan Wruth (from left to right), Cale Lewis, Kyla Menard and Yojie Hou won the Business and Accounting Students Case Competition in Winnipeg.
BRANDON – As the Winter Term winds down at Brandon University (BU) a group of students from the Business Administration program can look back with pride.

BRANDON – No experience is required to participate in the Baycrest NBS Sharing Dance Seniors program, an exciting social opportunity for seniors that includes people living with dementia and their caregivers in the Westman Region. The program is returning for the third phase of a research project being conducted in partnership with Brandon University and Trent University.

The Brandon University (BU) Concert Choir will welcome back four of its former members as soloists for a concert this week.
Soprano Sharon Rogers, mezzo Erika Rasmussen, tenor Clint McLachlan and bass Nicholas Urquhart will join the BU Concert Choir, under the direction of Dr. Andrée Dagenais, for a performance of Mozart’s Requiem on Saturday, March 23 at Knox United Church.