Brock Media Clips for Wednesday, Aug. 30

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

Event-hopper Spina not slowing down: The Sudbury Star wrote a feature about Brock sport management graduate Matt Spina, who recently returned from working at the 2017 Commonwealth Games in the Bahamas. Spina has made a career of travelling around the world working at major sporting events.

McWatters harvests 50th vintage, Cuvée back for 2018, grape growers celebrate: Wines in Niagara columnist Rick Vansickle writes about the success of Cuvée earlier this year and the plans for next year.

How well do students perform when retaking courses? Goodman School of Business professor Michael Armstrong wrotes in the Conversation Canada about his research with colleague Ernest Biktimirov surrounding the success rate of students retaking university courses in an attempt to earn a better mark.

Here’s why Canada should get nuclear weapons: Political Science associate professor Stefan Dolgert wrote a column for the Ottawa Citizen suggesting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should inaugurate a nuclear armament program for Canada.

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