Brock Media Clips for Tuesday, Sept. 5


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

Meet the champion boxer who’s helping women who’ve experienced violence help themselves: CBC News has written a story about the Shape Your Life program, which was co-founded 10 years ago by Cathy van Ingen, a kinesiology professor at Brock University.

From turf to area rug: A student from Regina is heading back to Ontario for his second year at Brock with a unique piece of sports memorabilia — a piece of turf from the former field of his favourite CFL team, as reported by the CBC.

Fan Expo provides more than just superheroes: Inside Toronto’s coverage of last weekend’s Fan Expo included a mention of Brock’s presence at the hugely popular event.

Brock move-in a precision operation: The St. Catharines Standard covered Sunday’s Move-In Day at Brock including an interview with President Gervan Fearon, who said “we’ve had a decade of fine tuning.”

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