Brock in the News — June 3-9

History grad makes history

When Robin Guard crossed the stage earning a master’s degree in history, he also made history as Brock University’s oldest graduate at 93-years-old: St. Catharines Standard, CTV NewsCJAD 800AM and The Loop

22-year-old Brock student and his 78-year-old grandfather graduate on the same day

Convocation is a family affair for Jonah Mondloch and Charles Burke. The grandson and grandfather graduated together on June 7, with Brock Professor Cathy Mondloch (Jonah’s mother and Charles’ daughter) by their side: CHCH News

Fonthill runner takes on Bruce Trail against Cystic Fibrosis

With the memory of her late cousin close to her heart, Brock employee Emily Allan-Dakin will be taking on one of the most challenging runs of her life for cystic fibrosis: Niagara this Week, CHCH News and Global News Canada

St. Catharines arts community in the spotlight

English Language and Literature Professor Gregory Betts was presented with the Jury’s Pick award at the 2017 St. Catharines Arts Awards for his work with the Festival of Readers event. Betts is the first-ever recipient of this new award: Niagara this Week

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