Volleyball took place this weekend at home where the Bobcats played their 17th and 18th exhibition games of the season, which resulted in a mixed bag of wins and loses. Both men and women were in pursuit of victories over the U of M Bisons but where one Bobcat team would have two straight win’s, the other would take two straight loses.
Basketball took place this weekend away in Vancouver BC where the Bobcats played their 17th and 18th exhibition games of season. Both men and women took straight loses this weekend, hurting their records.
It has been a difficult several months for Brandon University nursing student Mulugeta Atomissa-Negaro, and the heavy course load that comes with the health studies faculty is likely among the least of his concerns. Not only is Atomissa-Negaro a new father to a baby boy, which comes with sleepless nights and potential financial stress in itself, but his wife is battling advanced breast cancer.
The ragged man, ravaged by decades of delirium, rounded the ice-slicked corner to meet with another fluff of snow from one of the store roofs land on his hatted head. Winter was beautiful to him and he welcomed the white, crystalline precipitation.
During the summer of 2016, Brandon University student Peter Brandt joined BU assistant professor, Dr. Peter Whittington of the Geography department on a field study of peatlands in Eastern Manitoba. Whittington has spent over a decade of his career studying peatlands, and the regeneration of peatlands, so the subject was very dear to him.