VolunteerFEST promotes outreach in Niagara

As the Winter Term gets underway, all members of the Brock community are invited to learn about the many volunteer opportunities available in Niagara.VolunteerFEST will return to Market Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16 with more than 30 local organizations raising awareness of their activities and actively recruiting new volunteers.Participants are asked to bring their Brock Card as they navigate the vendor-style setup, if they would like to receive credit for their attendance in the University’s Campus-Wide Co-Curriculum.Student Life and Community Experience and Career Education are hosting the biannual event, which kicks off a packed semester of outreach opportunities, both locally and around the world, including Alternative Reading Week trips, on-campus blood drives and more.To learn more about VolunteerFEST and view the entire list of participating organizations, visit the ExperienceBU website. read more

Christian Schwarzer Im worried about the future of German handball

← Previous Story Romania (Round 8): Derby draw in Constanta Next Story → Vardar Skopje coach resigns Christian SchwarzerGerman handball Florian Kehrmann and Christian Schwarzer, the two former national team player’s of Germany, in the time when Germany enjoyed it’s biggest successes, openly said to the media that they are worried about the future of the german handball. The worries come after the disappointing draw at home against Austria (26:26),  and even though Germany then beat Latvia away with 36:18, the criticism remained.The 318-times national team player Schwarzer also added that the younger players in the first and second German league should be given more playing time and only then the newer generations can again make Germany top team. Otherwise he noted, Germany will continue to have problems with ‘mediocre’ teams. read more