The School of Music and the Faculty of Arts at Brandon University (BU) will come together this week for a performance reflecting on truth, reconciliation, the power of words and all that we have in common.
A week of events, including movies, music, art and discussions, are being planned to mark Truth and Reconciliation Week at Brandon University (BU).
The week is a time to reflect on the harm done by Canada’s residential school system, as well as to learn about Indigenous perspectives, culture and history.
A research team from Brandon is working with Brandon residents, global leaders in Copenhagen, and Canadian experts to improve public space like parks and pathways, including non-motorized ways, like walking and biking, for people to get around the city of Brandon.
The “Walking the Walk in Smaller Cities” team brings together representatives from Brandon University, the City of Brandon, and Prairie Mountain Health.
Capping a career of more than three decades, a Brandon University stalwart will be stepping down next summer. Scott Lamont, who has been Vice-President (Administration & Finance) at BU since the 1990s, has announced he’ll retire at the end of June 2024.
Brandon University will welcome a speaker to defend the presence of queer and trans content in schools and public libraries.
Professor Melissa Adler, from the University of Western Ontario, will be at BU Thursday evening.
New occasional series brings learning into the community
Quaff your thirst for knowledge with a new series of events from Brandon University profs that highlights the fun, unusual, or practical side of their expertise.
The first “Profs and Pints” event will take place at the Oktoberfest celebrations, tomorrow, Saturday, Sept.
A pair of $1,000 donations this summer are cementing Masonic support for MiniU.
The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada initially brought forward a $1,000 donation, to go to a local charity of choice for the Valley of Brandon Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
JUNO Award winning jazz pianist and composer David Braid will be joined by Turkish drummer Serkan Alagök as the Brandon University (BU) School of Music opens its pro series season at Homecoming.
Dianna Neufeld has been appointed as the new Director of the Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory of Music at Brandon University.
Three inspiring alumni from Brandon University will be honored with awards from the BU Alumni Association at the annual Homecoming dinner and soirée next weekend.
All are invited to attend Homecoming, which is being held earlier this year to take advantage of back-to-school momentum and nicer September weather.