Brock in the News — March 20-24

Pic or it didn’t happen

In the moments that followed the tragic terrorist attack in London this week, people could be seen taking selfies with the crime seen in the background. Brock University Associate Professor Jennifer Good weighed in on the morality of these actions in a column in the Globe and Mail.

5 Days for the Homeless

A group of students from the Goodman Business Students’ Association is outside again this week for the annual 5 Days for the Homeless campaign. The group had to brave some frigid temperatures, and spoke with the St. Catharines Standard about the campaign.

Student-Athlete wins national award

Alex Finlayson is a Brock University student who suffered a serious concussion in a hockey game late in 2015. She’s been on the road to recovery ever since, and recently the Concurrent Teacher Education student was one of three people across Canada to win an award through the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Endowment Fund for Study in a Second Official Language. The Etobicoke Guardian, in Finlayson’s hometown, picked up the story.

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