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.
The Terry Fox Run is coming to Brandon University this fall. It will take place Sunday, Sept.
BRANDON – Perhaps it takes ten to tango.
A rising star in the music world, Luis Ramirez is returning to Brandon this Friday to present ten original tango pieces, called his ‘Immigration Suite’.
A highly accomplished and internationally renowned School of Music alumna is returning to Brandon University (BU) this month for a performance and a weeklong residency as a guest lecturer.
Swedish soprano Elin Rombo’s unique voice and intelligent interpretations have won acclaim in Europe’s great opera houses.
The flag is being lowered to half-mast at Brandon University (BU) to mourn the passing of Dr. Beverley (Bev) A. Nicholson, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anthropology. Dr. Nicholson passed away on Monday at the age of 86.
Dr. Bev Nicholson
Dr. Nicholson was not only a faculty member at BU, but also an alumnus.
A trio of outstanding Brandon University (BU) alumni will be recognized at Homecoming later this month.
Dr. James McAllister, Lisa Ormann and Lorraine Pompana will receive Brandon University Alumni Association (BUAA) awards during the Homecoming Dinner and Awards on Saturday, Oct. 15. McAllister will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award for Career Achievement, while Ormann and Pompana will both be honoured with the Distinguished Alumni Award for Community Service.
A familiar face will move across the hall at Brandon University and will bring her admissions experience to the recruitment of new students.
Leanne Barcellona has been named the new Director of Recruitment and Retention at BU, where she will lead the university’s efforts to welcome new students and support them through graduation.
Courtesy of the Brandon Sun.
By Kyle Darbyson
Brandon University graduate Whitney Hodgins has been named the first recipient of the new Jim and Ginette Munson Autism Leadership Award, after spending years raising awareness for Manitobans with disabilities.
The 27-year-old formally received this award during the eighth annual Canadian Autism Leadership Summit, an event that is run by the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) and officially wrapped up on Tuesday.
Brandon University (BU) alumni will be front-and-centre as the Brandon Chamber Players continue celebrating the return to live music with their second concert of the 2021/2022.
Here We Are features new, original jazz compositions by Brandon-based saxophonist Aren Teerhuis.