Brandon University’s annual staff and faculty Holiday Luncheon netted a $2800 donation to Brandon–Westman Christmas Cheer today. Since the tradition began nine years ago, the Holiday Luncheon has raised a total of $29,668 for Christmas Cheer.
Award-winning Cree composer Andrew Balfour brings his Truth and Reconciliation project Nôtinikêw (Going to War) to Brandon University (BU) this week as Artist-in-Residence.
The Brandon University Jazz Festival is ready for early-bird registration.
The 2024 edition of the BU Jazz Festival will take place March 14–16, and will welcome both new and returning guest artists, adjudicators and, of course, students and directors to the BU School of Music.
Faculty and staff at BU came together with spooky, fun, and creative costumes to share treats along with support for the Brandon & District United Way at a mid-morning coffeebreak.
Employees of Brandon University can choose to donate to the United Way through online pledge forms, which include an option for payroll deduction.
A Halloween costume celebration at Brandon University will pay it forward to a future holiday.
The “Halloween Howl” event will take place at BU’s Harvest Hall on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 2–4 p.m.
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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 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.
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.