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...

The Kissing Booth 2: how bad can romance movies get?

Photo Credit: DFree / Shutterstock.com I don’t like to write scathing reviews, really I don’t. But movies like “The Kissing Booth 2” leave me absolutely no other option. I hate to admit it, but I am a lifelong sucker for romance movies. Whether it be a classic like ...

Swift’s folklore: the surprise album I didn’t know I needed

Photo Credit: Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com. “Our Song” and “You Belong with Me,” by Taylor Swift were milestone songs in my teenage years and I can still recite every word to this day. If you ever ask me to do so in person, you’re in for a show.  There was nothing...

Power ranking: online workouts

Photo credit: Derrick McKinney on Unsplash. As gyms remain closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to online workouts to get some physical activity while at home. And as one of those people, I have searched high and low for effective ways to exercise in...

Brock graduate starts sport podcast

Brock graduate Vince Capano runs an online podcast called “Sport Chat with Vince Capano.”  After graduating from Sport Management (SPMA) in 2020, Capano dove into the world of online reporting and sports coverage.  During his time at Brock, Capano gained the...
    • 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.

    • How serious is the new coronavirus?

      How serious is the new coronavirus?

      The World Health Organization (WHO) released its first situation report on the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) on January 20. Since then, 12 situation reports have been released, the most recent on February 1, to keep the global community informed about the new findings...

      International Week at Brock: appreciating diversity

      International Week at Brock: appreciating diversity

      Brock International is celebrating diversity at the university with their bi-annual International Week. International Week began on Monday, February 3 and will run until Friday, February 7. Students who attend any of the events during the week will receive the...

      CPCF Student Society to host annual graduate speaker series

      CPCF Student Society to host annual graduate speaker series

      Brock’s Communication, Pop Culture and Film Student Society (CPCFSS) is hosting their annual Graduate Speaker Series on campus this week. According to Mackenzie Rockbrune, co-president for the CPCFSS, this year’s series will be hosted on Tuesday, February 4 at 6:00...

    • Features

      Feature is where readers can view in-depth and investigative stories on a wide variety of topics.

    • Brock University’s Global Community

      Brock University’s Global Community

      In the world that we live today, intercultural and international relations and communications are more present than ever before. It is therefore imperative that we develop our international competencies — those skills that broaden our horizons beyond our own country,...

      Horror Week: What are your Halloween plans?

      Horror Week: What are your Halloween plans?

      Halloween is approaching fast! However you plan on enjoying the night, we at the Brock Press want to make sure that you get the most out of your Halloween celebrations. Whether you plan on partying, trick or treating, or staying in, you’ll find here some great ideas...

      Is the enemy of my enemy actually my friend?

      Is the enemy of my enemy actually my friend?

      An overview of the factional divides present within the Middle east, Africa and Western. The conflicts in Africa, the Middle East and Western Asia have dominated world news over the past years – if not decades - but does the general population in Canada and the West...

    • Arts

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

    • Young actors pull off Perdita, or The Winter’s Tale

      Young actors pull off Perdita, or The Winter’s Tale

      Perdita, or The Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare, adapted by Gyllian Raby, graced the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts last weekend. The cast truly brought this old tale to life through modern touches and fantastic stage presence. Perdita, or...

      It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia shines once again

      At 14 seasons, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has now tied for the title of longest running live action sitcom in the history of American television, rivalling only a show from the 1950s. And really, who would’ve thought this title would be earned by a show about a...