Everything is going online these days, and our venerable faculty and staff publication is no different.

Technophobes have little to fear, though. We have two quick and easy ways to remind you that The Brock News is here, and to let you know when new on-campus news is added.

1. Email

At the top left of every page, you’ll see “subscribe by email.” This takes you to a new page:
Enter your email address – no user name or password required – and you will get a notice each day the site is updated. The notice is sent out no more than once a day – usually around 7 a.m. – to let you know what’s been added in the last 24 hours. (And The Brock News isn’t updated every day, so some days you will receive no email at all.) If you don’t want the emails anymore, each one has a link to unsubscribe.

2. RSS

RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication.” It will automatically feed new Brock News items into your RSS reader, or stream its news into a blog or any other interface. Google Reader is a common RSS reader. You can add The Brock News to your RSS reader by visiting

For more on RSS, visit the page of Brock RSS feeds.

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