Hey Badgers! Today we’re excited to launch a new theme for our Friday posts – it will be a round-up of everything you need to know for the upcoming week at Brock, as well as any cool or exciting news from the past week. We think it will be a good way to end the week here at Student Powered, and we hope you enjoy it too!

Walker Complex Thanksgiving / Reading Week Hours
Walker Complex will be operating at reduced hours during fall reading week. On Sunday, hours Walker will be open from 11am to 4pm. They will be closed Monday for the holiday, and will be open from 6:30am to 9pm from Tuesday to Friday. | Walker Complex Hours

Athletics During Thanksgiving Weekend
There is a jam-packed athletics schedule for all you Badgers who will be on campus this weekend. Teams competing during the weekend include Men’s Hockey vs Western tonight at 7:15PM, Women’s Basketball vs Saint Mary’s tomorrow at 5pm, Men’s Lacrosse vs Laurier on Sunday and much more. | Athletic Schedule

CIBC Run for the Cure 2015
On Sunday, October 4th, Brock University hosted the annual CIBC Run for the Cure on campus. This event has been hosted on campus for the last three years, gathering thousands of students, staff, faculty and community members to support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This year, the St. Catharines and Niagara chapter rose over $225,000 for cancer research. | CIBC Run For the Cure

Brock Cares Alternative Reading Week – October 2015
Alternative Reading Week is back with several opportunities and community partners for students to get involved and volunteer with! For students, staff and faculty staying within the area next week (October 14-16), we would love for you to join us out in the community. Choose your volunteer placement and register on the event posting on ExperienceBU. | October Alternative Reading Week

Sir Isaac’s Brock Birthday
Wednesday, October 8th marked the 246th anniversary of Sir Isaac Brock’s birthday, and there was plenty to do on campus. The first event took place at the new Sir Isaac Brock statue, and featured cupcakes, beverages and the singing of ‘Happy Birthday’ by students and staff alike. The second event was the Sir Isaac’s Ale launch party, where members of the Brock community were invited to try a new beer that will be available exclusively at Brock and Niagara College.

That’s all for the first edition of The Brock Round-Up! Thanks for reading and have an amazing Reading Week. If you think you might have a submission for a future edition of The Brock Round-Up, please email us at marketing1@busu.net for more information.

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