Brock in the News — February 4-10

Could Donald Trump ‘fluke’ happen in Canada?

Experts continue to monitor the state of Canadian politics, determining if and how Donald Trump’s U.S. presidency will influence Canada’s political climate. Political Science professor Clark Banack weighs in on the issue in the Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, CBC, Huffington Post, Hamilton Spectator, Global News, and 680 News.

Brock professor says boxing program helps women regain control of their bodies

Cathy Van Ingen, co-founder of Shape Your Life, a boxing program for women and trans survivors of violence, discusses the program in University Affairs Magazine and the impact it’s made on participants.

Four ways to show your daughter she’s just as smart as the boys

Today’s Parent highlights the release of a new book by Child and Youth professors Shauna Pomerantz and Rebecca Raby that details the challenges young women face in the classroom.

Brock bringing back the bucketheads

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Brock Badgers winning a men’s basketball national championship. During that run, a group of students painted their faces and put buckets on their heads and quickly become legends. To mark the anniversary, Brock Sports brought back the bucketheads idea for the final home basketball games of the year and the St. Catharines Standard wrote about it.

Students affected by travel ban look to Canada

As a result of the U.S. travel ban, Brock University issued a statement on how the University would support international students’ education. The announcement continues to gain media attention this week from Macleans and The Globe and Mail.

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