‘UPASS’ Program Provides Affordable Transit Option for Students

BU grads looking forward to the next chapter

Battle on the Border amongst great Canadian campus traditions

Professor worried by digital wall on Elections Canada website

Jones finally receives his due

By Eva Wasney, Brandon Sun Good luck trying to find someone who will speak ill of Lawrence Jones. The renowned local pianist and “retired” Brandon University music professor has earned a sterling reputation among colleagues and students during his 54-year career. “(Lawrence) was a faculty member with the utmost integrity, sincerity and dedication … I […]

Professor Concerned By Prolonged Campaign

Chamber Music Festival marks 10 years

By Eva Wasney, Brandon Sun ERICKSON —The Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary over the weekend with a program featuring some of the best classically trained musicians from Westman and around the world. The five-day festival was founded by pianist and Brandon University Prof. Alexander Tselyakov in 2006, with the goal of engaging […]

National Geographic Society Funds BU Researcher’s Fieldwork

BRANDON, MB – A Brandon University (BU) researcher with an international reputation reconstructing the ancient world from plant fossils is returning to the field this summer thanks to support from the National Geographic Society. Dr. David Greenwood, a Professor of Environmental Science in BU’s Department of Biology, has been awarded US$14,483 by the Society’s Committee […]

Government of Canada Supports Innovation Zone for Brandon University

Photovoice Exhibit Reflects Aboriginal Youth Leadership and Success

BRANDON, MB – Brandon University (BU) students and researchers are set to display a collection of photographs that show unique interpretations of Aboriginal youth leadership in Success through Our Eyes: A Photovoice Exhibit. The exhibit is part of an overall youth success project to tell the story of First Nations, Métis and Inuit young people […]

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