Editorial: Reflections on 2020

Photo Credit: Ryoji Iwata on Unsplash. I feel like it has been a decade, if not longer, since we raised our glasses to ring in the new year. Believe it or not, we have only just passed the halfway point of this tumultuous year. It is hard to quantify the grief and...

Brock Recreation set to kick off their second semester of eSports intramurals

Photo Credit: Mackenzie Gerry   As we get ready for yet another online semester, Brock Recreation is also preparing for their second term of virtual intramurals. Like everything else on campus this year, Brock Recreation has had to adjust on the fly and come up...

My experience getting involved in university: Brock’s Pre-Law Society

Photo Credit: Tingey Injury Law Firm via Unsplash Volunteer Contributor: Luc Lombardi   Like so many new university students, I too had no idea what I wanted to do after graduating from high school. Back in my high school days, I remember frequent visits with my...

The TikTok Ratatou-sical is the best musical of 2021

Photo Credit: Solen Feyissa via Unsplash (4.5/5 Stars) It overcame adversity, it inspired, delighted and shocked the audience. It was groundbreaking, revolutionary and innovative. Already, I am confident in saying that it is the best musical of 2021.   I am...

Select St. Catharines property owners can apply for a new tax payment plan

Photo Credit: Kelly Sikkema   The City of St. Catharines has approved a payment plan to aid property owners who have experienced financial hardship due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The plan is designed to provide additional flexibility in how property owners...
    • News

      News ​covers many events on Brock campus throughout the year. This section publishes BUSU election information, international stories and local news in the greater Niagara area.

    • Dine for a Cause fundraiser exceeds goals

      Dine for a Cause fundraiser exceeds goals

      Brock’s Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA) held its annual Boston Pizza Dine for a Cause fundraiser on November 7 with record attendance. The CESA President is fourth year Concurrent Education student Tayler Villamere. According to Villamere, this year’s...

      Craft for a Cure holds annual Craft-A-Thon

      Craft for a Cure holds annual Craft-A-Thon

      On Nov. 19 Brock’s chapter of Craft for a Cure organized a charity crafting event for the benefit of children in hospitals. The event was held in the Grounds Coffee House and Bakery located at the bottom of the Lofts in Thorold. The cafe was decorated with festive...

      Students Against Sexual Assault break the silence

      Students Against Sexual Assault break the silence

      Rape culture and sexual assault are continuing problems on university campuses. Students are stepping up to get their voices heard and to break the silence at Brock University. Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) is a new student group that was created to raise...

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    • Arts

      Arts ​covers on and off-campus concerts, plays and cultural events. Readers can also find movie and music reviews here

    • Talking touring with Beyond the Wall

      Talking touring with Beyond the Wall

      The most recent touring band to stop by the Green Room, turn a living room into a stage, and a home into a house venue, is pop-punkers, Beyond the Wall, supported by locals Making Fun of Darby, and Fergus’ What Freedom?! on March 2. Beyond the Wall is a band from Ajax...

      ARC program projects scheduled to be initiated on March 31

      Back in November of 2010, Brock University received federal research funding from FedDev Ontario, under the new ARC program. The new program hopes to help local business innovate and bring new processes to market by teaming up local SMEs and local post-secondary institutions.

      Risk it for the biscuit

      What did you want to be when you were a kid? An astronaut? A cowboy? Perhaps some sort of combination of the two? Maybe you wanted to be a firefighter or a police officer, serving the community. Maybe you wanted to be an artist or an actor. Whatever it was you wanted to be, I can pretty much guarantee it won’t be what you are going to end up doing.

      CUPE 4207: Frequently Asked Questions

      Are you anxious about the CUPE strike deadline? If so, get your facts straight with a Frequently Asked Questions submission from CUPE 2407.**Please note that the following answers are from CUPE 4207 and the content has not been edited by The Brock Press and, does not necessarily represent the feelings of the employees of The Brock Press, or the employees of The Brock Press Advertising Group.

    • Sports & Health

      Sports ​ covers a variety of sports on Brock’s campus. From basketball to wrestling, our reporters publish final scores, statistics and play-by-play accounts for Badgers. Professional sports are also featured in this section.

    • Brock Ringette earn second silver medal

      Brock Ringette earn second silver medal

      After completing their round robin games with an undefeated record, the Brock Badgers ringette team finished second place at the Kitchener Ringette Tournament last weekend. The silver medal is the second for the team this season, also earning silver at the University...