Frost Week helps students get into a new term
Published on January 06 2014
As thousands of students return to campus today (Jan 6) after the Christmas holidays, the Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU) is preparing to help ease them back into reality with Frost Week — six days of activities to beat the winter blahs.
From Jan. 13 to 18, Frost Week gives students a week to adjust to returning to school before the events begin. But preparations will be evident this week as BUSU's marketing street team hands out swag to brighten students’ early days back on campus.
Highlights of Frost Week include a performance by Tokyo Police Club and Hollerado on Monday, Jan. 13, with a "big ticket" concert set for Saturday Jan. 18, details of which are still in the works.
“Frost Week is important as we want to give students a gateway to relive their (September) O-Week and have an enjoyable time at the beginning of the second semester,” said Jimmy Norman, BUSU’s special events co-ordinator.