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Behind the scenes of the One Acts Festival

Behind the scenes of the One Acts Festival

Photo By: The One Acts FestivalOn March 25th and March 26th, Brock’s dramatic arts department held the annual One Acts Festival in person for the first time since 2019. The festival involves student directors selecting short plays to produce with student actors,...

The benefits of art therapy

The benefits of art therapy

Photo By: Gale D'SouzaArt therapy is a growing field in psychology, one that has a lot of potential.  For those who are unaware, the Canadian Art Therapy Association (CATA) describes art therapy as a combination of the creative process and discussion of your issues...

Navigating therapy as a young person in the post-pandemic era

Navigating therapy as a young person in the post-pandemic era

Photo By: Priscilla du Preez from Unsplash*CONTENT WARNING: This article contains subject matter related to mental health, therapy and counselling.* The Canadian mental healthcare landscape has greatly evolved over the past decade. This can partly be attributed to the...

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Staff Superlatives: The Brock Press 2020-2021

Staff Superlatives: The Brock Press 2020-2021

Staff Superlatives: The Brock Press 2020-2021 Most likely to sneak an Oxford comma into their articles: Jonah Dayton Most likely to become Prime Minister one day: Noah Nickel Most likely to become a professional athlete: Jonah Dayton Most likely to conjure a 2,000...

Our hopes and dreams at The Brock Press

Our hopes and dreams at The Brock Press

Find out what each member of the staff wanted to be when they grew up, and whether they’ve stuck to it or no.   Emma Kirwin - What You Wanted to be When You Grew Up:Composer What You Want to be Now:Lawyer/Entrepreneur Noah Nickel - What You Wanted to be When You...

Some things we did pre-pandemic that should not come back

Some things we did pre-pandemic that should not come back

Photo Credit: Craig Whitehead via Unsplash   Staff Contribution    Emma Kirwin -  Pre-pandemic life kind of grosses me out, in more ways than one. I definitely think I’ll be a mask-wearer even after the vaccine. I have gone all year without so much as a...