Hey all!

So even though university students don’t get March Break (because we get reading week in February), I still found a way to enjoy it!

Earlier this week (from Saturday to Wednesday) my sister Kerry came to visit Brock, because she’s on her March Break and is off from school. It has been such a fun week, and I’m really glad she came to visit!

Having a sibling visit is a great way to bring home to school, without going home for the weekend. While she has been here we have toured Brock, she has come with me to the mall and to go grocery shopping (all accessible through local bus routes!), and has been able to hang out with my house mates and I.

Kerry is in grade 11, so it is also a great time for her to get to see what student life is for university students living away from home, as she’ll be deciding where to go in about a year from now!

So, whether or not your sibling is in university, or going into university in a few years, having a visit on March Break is a great way to see home for the weekend without having to leave campus!

Here are a couple of photos from her visit!

Face masks with Kerry and my house mate Rachel!


About Kristie

Hey Everyone! My name is Kristie and I'm a 4th year Psychology student here at Brock. After I graduate, I plan to pursue a career in geriatrics (working with senior citizens)! In my spare time I love rollerblading, being with my friends, and volunteering! I'm part of a group called the Brock University Student Alumni Association (BUSAA), who aim to connect current students and alumni through networking, and volunteer opportunities! I've met a lot of amazing people in this group. It has helped me connect with other students who love volunteering just as much as I do!

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