Brock in the News — April 1-7

Students try on Brock for size

Record crowds poured into Brock University for the annual spring open house this past weekend, where thousands of prospective students were greeted with overflowing Badger pride: St. Catharines Standard

U.S. women’s hockey wage deal sets a bar that Canada must watch

In a world where men’s hockey dominates the sport industry, Sport Management professor Julie Stevens discusses the challenges female hockey players face in The Globe and Mail and how the women’s hockey system needs great improvement.

Restorative justice emerging concept to help ex-offenders

Last weekend, Graduate student Lisa Whittingham shined an important light on mental health disorders among prisoners, explaining how restorative justice will support in the rehabilitation of ex-offenders: The Hamilton Spectator

Brock biz whizzes make Monster Pitch

With only five minutes to make an impression, Brock students put their best business performance forward at the Brock BioLinc Monster Pitch event. St. Catharines Standard talked with this year’s winner David Lisi about the inspiration behind his brand Bundle.

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