The Food Not Bombs weekly servings are still going strong and if you haven't attend one yet now is a great time to. With the beautiful spring weather Food Not Bombs servings are a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Whether you want to enjoy some free vegan food, engage in radical discussion or, play soccer/frisbee/whatever FNB servings are a blast for all involved! If you would like to volunteer with food not bombs there are many ways to get in touch with FNB including: Emailing email@example.com, visiting the FNB website, or attending a serving and asking around.
Friday, 24 May 2013
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Next week the Brock Community Garden will be hosting a perennial exchange as well as an open gardening day. The perennial exchange will be happening Tuesday, May 28th under the Schmon Tower at Brock University from 8:30am-12pm. Anyone who wants to trade is welcome to join. The next day (Wednesday, May 29th) everyone is invited to come and plant at the Community Garden from 4:30-6pm (this may be the perfect opportunity to find a home for your new perennials). For more info on these events please email Garden@yourbrock.org.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Bullying is never okay.
Brock is full of wonderful and caring people but bullying is still a problem here and so there are a handful of groups and initiatives working to make Brock a safer, happier place. There is CUPE4207 which is part of a anti-bullying coalition, The Office of Human Rights and Equity Services (extension 5657) and personal counseling for students (extension 4750) that can help individuals facing bullying, there a handful of student groups including the Brock Student Justice Centre, The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support Centre, and Brock Educators Taking Action Against Bullying among others.
OPIRG-Brock is Your Brock. If you have an idea for a campaign or project to end bullying and need some help we are here and excited to provide any support we can, email NoMoreBullies@YourBrock.org
Monday, 20 May 2013
On Thursday, May 23 all are welcome to come garden at Brock. The garden project is a great way to build a sense of community while learning (or teaching) about how to raise vegetables. Tools will be provided to anyone who wants to work a plot. The Community Garden is located on Meter Road, Brock University and gardening begins at 4pm.