Articles by author: sstarmans

  • How Black history has helped to shape Brock student-athlete’s life

    Black history lives with Audrey Ntetani every day of the year, not just during the month of February. The second-year Brock Critical Criminology student-athlete views Black history as a road map to how she can thrive in her life. “Black history taught me many lessons, equipped me with the tools needed to express myself and love myself, and allowed me to live in my truth,” said Ntetani, who plays on the varsity women’s basketball team.

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  • Museum in the Hallway exhibit explores student life

    A collection of images on display for ‘Museum in the Hallway / Boîte-en-valise’ offers a glimpse into the excitement and challenges of student life. 

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  • Brock scholar’s public lecture to break down capitalist decay

    The Department of Sociology invites the community to a public lecture by Professor Murray Smith on Friday, Feb. 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. in PL 600F.

    Smith, who retired from the department in December, will present “Valorization, Financialization and Crisis: A Marxist Analysis of 21st Century Capitalist Decay.”

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