Brandon University to become bottled water free

BRANDON, MB – Brandon University President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Deborah Poff officially signed a Water Pledge today that commits the university to eliminate the distribution and sale of bottled water at Brandon University “This is an example of students and the university working together to continue our commitment in leading the way in making our […]

Prof heads to Israel to deliver series of lectures

BRANDON, MB  – While Brandon University is shut down during the semester break, at least one professor will be heading overseas to speak on his expertise and experience in conflict resolution. Alan Levy, associate professor in the faculty of business administration, has been asked to give a series of lectures at Haifa University in Israel, […]

December 10 – Human Rights Day

  “Discrimination targets individuals and groups that are vulnerable to attack: the disabled, women and girls, the poor, migrants, minorities, and all those who are perceived as different. … But these victims of discrimination are not alone. The United Nations is standing with them, committed to defending the rights of all, and particularly the most […]

BU Chorale performs German carols & Mennonite hymns

BRANDON, MB – In the first concert of the Brandon University Chorale’s 2009-10 season, director Andrée Dagenais and the singers will perform the world premiere of novel settings of Mennonite hymns. The evening will take place Friday, December 4, at 8 p.m., in St. Matthew’s Cathedral. The English translations, or trans(e)lations, of these hymns have […]

Bobcats honour Academic All-Canadians

BRANDON, MB – Hard work and dedication do not go unrewarded, as Bobcats athletes will earn some early holiday recognition. Brandon University Athletics will honour six Academic All-Canadians at a luncheon Sunday, December 6, at 1 p.m. in the Victoria Inn. Each year the Canadian Interuniversity Sport organization recognizes student-athletes across Canada that have achieved […]