Brandon University brings Homecoming to you with new celebrations

Although the in-person Homecoming scheduled for this weekend had to be cancelled, Brandon University has new ways to come together this year. “We are bringing Homecoming to you, wherever you are — either here in Brandon, or as one of our alumni around the world, there are new ways to explore BU and reconnect with […]

BU will lower flag to mourn passing of former Athletics Director George Birger

Brandon University rises one spot in annual Maclean’s national rankings

Brandon University has nudged up one spot in the annual rankings of Canadian universities conducted by Maclean’s magazine. The rankings once again identify many of BU’s strengths in the raw data, value other strengths in ways that differ from BU, and fail to fully credit BU’s strengths as a regionally focused institution. “This year, especially, […]

Everyone Eats boosts capacity for Thanksgiving Dinner

Everyone Eats Brandon, which is brought together in partnership by John Howard Society of Brandon and Brandon University Food Services, is ramping up for Thanksgiving. The popular program, which provides curbside and volunteer delivery meals three evenings a week, is adding extra capacity to provide loads of turkey and all the trimmings this weekend. “Normally, […]

Brandon University advisor named one of world’s best

Brandon University students are getting some of the best advice in the world when it comes to their education. Trent Gill has been recognized as one of the top academic advisors in the NACADA Global Awards Program for Academic Advising. It’s the first time someone from Brandon University has received the recognition, which is presented […]

New online option for mental wellness at Brandon University

Brandon University students, plus faculty and staff, now have access to a new app and online resource for mental wellness known as TAO, or Therapy Assistance Online. The TAO resources online include more than 150, brief, effective, educational sessions covering 50 common topics and skills related to mental health, wellness and substance abuse issues. They […]

BU professor contributes to High Plains Book Awards finalist

A book by a former Brandon University (BU) instructor, and featuring an essay by a current BU professor, is once again receiving critical acclaim. Perception: A Photo Series, by artist KC Adams, who previously taught in BU’s Department of Visual and Aboriginal Art, was chosen as a finalist for the High Plains Book Awards in […]

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