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Brock branding now up at MIWSFPA

Brock branding now up at MIWSFPA

It has been seven years in the making, but the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts has officially been branded.

Brock loses a beloved colleague

Brock loses a beloved colleague

The Brock community was shocked and saddened to learn that professor and former dean Marilyn Rose passed away on Wednesday, July 22, following a brief illness.
A popular figure among peers and students, the English Language and Literature professor had been a fixture at Brock for a career spanning more than 30 years, and played a [...]

Move-in time for Brock’s new downtown campus

Move-in time for Brock’s new downtown campus

Moving the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts into its new home in downtown St. Catharines is like conducting an orchestra.

Prof reminds grads of the importance of hard work, imagination and doubt

Prof reminds grads of the importance of hard work, imagination and doubt

Hard work and imagination got nearly 350 Humanities students to their graduation on Saturday.

Coming Soon: The fifth Festival of the Arts - Industrial Fabric

Coming Soon:  The fifth Festival of the Arts - Industrial Fabric

The fifth Festival of the Arts - Industrial Fabric, is being held in March and April of 2015, illustrating the unique talents of students enrolled in the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts.

Brock’s Dean of Humanities renewed for another term, but he’s moving on

Brock’s Dean of Humanities renewed for another term, but he’s moving on

Brock University’s Dean of Humanities Douglas Kneale has been reappointed to another term. However, he is moving on to accept a new position as Provost at the University of Windsor.

Brock prof’s book on WWI literature challenges ideas of Canadian identity

Brock prof’s book on WWI literature challenges ideas of Canadian identity

A Brock prof’s book on contemporary Canadian First World War literature aims to challenge our prevailing ideas about Canadian identity on the 100-year anniversary of the Great War (1914-18). Catching the Torch: Contemporary Canadian Literary Responses to World War I by Neta Gordon, associate professor of English Language and Literature, wrestles with questions like what the First World War mean to Canadians? And why does it mean what it means to us?

Canada’s avant-garde set to storm Brock University next week

Canada’s avant-garde set to storm Brock University next week

More than 85 national and international avant-gardists will descend upon Brock and St. Catharines next week for Avant Canada, a conference on the avant-garde in our country. The conference is the 28th instalment of the Two Days of Canada conference at Brock University - the oldest Canadian studies conference of its kind in the country.

Daycare visits music class for performance

Daycare visits music class for performance

They don’t play instruments and can’t tell you the difference between Mozart and Beethoven - yet.

Ken Dryden to speak at Brock conference this week

Ken Dryden to speak at Brock conference this week

Author, politician and Canadian hockey icon Ken Dryden will stop by Brock University next week to share his thoughts on the future of Canada as part of the 27th annual Two Days of Canada conference.

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