Waterloo-Wellington Brock Alumni Network EventsThursday, February 21Social at the Huether Hotel (Waterloo)7 to 9 p.m., $15More information here.Thursday, June 6Professional development opportunity (Kitchener)7 to 9 p.m., $15More information to come. The Ottawa, Kingston, Sudbury, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, & Victoria Brock Alumni Networks all have events coming up but details have not been confirmed yet. Make sure to check the Brock Alumni Relations website frequently to stay up-to-date with future events. Burlington Brock Alumni Network EventsThursday, May 9Pub Olympics at Boston Manor (Burlington)7 to 9 p.m., $20More information to come. This past June, the 75,000th graduate walked across the convocation stage, a significant number for Brock Alumni Relations. “Almost everywhere you go, you can identify a Brock graduate,” said Christine Jones, alumni relations director. “This milestone means Brock is being represented out there with alums all over the world.”Despite your physical distance from the University once you graduate, it’s easy to stay connected with Brock and your peers through Alumni Networks!There are multiple Networks throughout Canada, each hosting at least one event a year. Each network has a dedicated group of alumni volunteers that plan, organize and execute these events that connect grads through social, professional development and networking opportunities.Click on an area to see what events are happening near you:NiagaraBurlington/Hamilton/OakvilleWaterloo-WellingtonTorontoOttawaKingstonSudburyCalgaryEdmontonVancouverVictoriaNiagara Brock Alumni Network EventsSaturday, February 23Outdoor skate & wine tasting at Ravine Vineyard (Niagara-on-the-Lake)11 a.m. to 1 p.m., $20More information here.Thursday, March 14IceDogs hockey game & social at Gord’s (St. Catharines)5 to 9:30 p.m., $15More information here. Toronto Brock Alumni Network EventsWednesday, February 27Lululemon yoga & shopping experience (Queen St. location)7:30 to 9:30 p.m., $10More information here.Saturday, March 16Family sugar bush day at Brooks Farm11 a.m. to 2 p.m., $7More information to come.
Cesson-Renneschampions du francefrench championsNantesParis handballPSG Handball ← Previous Story Momir Ilic next three years in MKB Veszprem! Next Story → Nandor Fazekas (MKB Veszprem): “The referees were against us” PSG Handball had their first matchball yesterday against Cesson-Rennes, and they used it. They’ve beaten Cesson-Rennes with 32-27, and have been crowned French Champions! The team has been dominating the French league this season, and have recorded so far only one defeat – the one against Nantes. With such form, their victory and trophy are well deserved.