Explore Newsletter - January 7th Edition
Students are back and already the term is underway. Last night saw the first Trivia Night of the term at the Headless Drummer, but coming up in this next seven days we are looking forward to the Local Orientation Tour for new Upper Years, electing a new Upper Year representative to Student Government, and a skill-building workshop for BISC 101 students.
Explore Newsletter - November 12th Edition
Guest speakers, travel tips, staff profiles, and workshops - they are all in this week's newsletter. Applications for the AUCC award, which recognizes the outstanding contribution of an Upper Year, are now also open. First Years will be nominated next semester. Entries are also being received for the Fall 2014 Photo Competition. Find out how both processes work in this week's Explore Newsletter.
Explore Newsletter - Movember 5th Edition
This weekend sees students off to Vimy and Ypres for Rembrance Day, field studies aplenty, a student submission about Neoliberal Holism, and information about the upcoming Mo' Music Open Mic night. It's all in this week's Explore Newsletter.
Explore Newsletter - October 29th Edition
After a jam-packed Mid-Term Trip, it's back to the books. The new-look Mid-term Trip saw Upper Year students visit York and Edinburgh, while the First Years travelled to Edinburgh via Liverpool.
Check out events in the run-up to Halloween, including the BISC Culture Week, sign-up for the visit to Vimy on Remembrance Sunday, and the Church Yard Cleanup in the October 29 Explore Newsletter.
Castle Ballroom Transformed into Professional Recording Studio
World class musicians and the BISC's Musicians-in-Residence, Diana Gilchrist who is a singer and Shelley Katz who is a pianist, conductor and music technologist made a professional location recording last weekend in the ballroom of the castle.
Explore Newsletter - October 15th Edition
Students are busy packing for the upcoming midterm trip to Liverpool and Edinburgh. The trip includes field studies to places such as Anfield Stadium, home to the Liverpool Football Club, and the Scottish National Parliament. But it certainly won't be all work, students will have lots of time to explore the sites in these famous British cities. It's amazing that we are already a quarter of the way through our year. Time flies when you're having fun!