Hey there Badger friends!

While Brock is undeniably the greatest school in the world, there are some struggles that come with the territory of being a Brock student. We’ve all heard the saying: “if you can lift a rock, you can go to Brock”. Well let me assure you, Badgers, that we are lifting boulders!

Trying to navigate your way through Mac Chown.


The walk from Quarry View to anywhere.


Mcdonald’s. Being. Right. There.



Bus Drivers who make their own schedules.


8AM Exams in Ian Beddis.

Having a class in East Academic or Glenridge.


Trying to figure out what The Bullet signifies.


Changing your password for my.brocku.ca every. damn. time. you. blink.


Walking up the stairs in Market praying you don’t wipe out.


The list could go on forever and ever. While there are a lot of struggles with being a Badger, I’m sure that we can all of us can agree that we wouldn’t trade being a Badger for anything in this world. Well, except for being a millionaire. What else are some struggle of being a Brock student? Let us know in the comments below! We’re all in this together!


  1. Rae says:

    You’re the bomb, Chris!! Another struggle, which I’m sure comes with any school is the lack of hallway space especially after classes get out and also lack of study spaces around campus. But as you said, I love my school and every day I find a new reason as to why I love it! Cheers.

  2. Been at Brock for 3 years and actually never heard the “if you can lift a rock, you can go to Brock” saying, the walk/talk one is however very common.

  3. Kristen says:

    The outdated high school desks which make you feel fat, old, n’ squished in the thistle classrooms and i’m sure others around school -.-

  4. Moose says:

    Getting stuck behind slow people when you’re already late for class