Frank Reynolds was an Honours English student at Brock University from 1965 to 1970. He served on the Student Union as Publications chair and President of BUSU Inc. He was the one who initiated the formation BUSU Inc. He was also in charge of getting the student center, Alphie's Trough, built. He was the full time business manager for Brock Student's Union from 1970-71 and Editor of all publications: The Badger, 3 Student Handbooks, a Course Evaluation Booklet, 3 student directories. He organized the Rock at Brock featuring the Guess Who and 7 other Canadian Bands He was also involved in forcing the Board of Governors to change their policy and build academic buildings first and getting two students and two faculty on the Board of Governors, by occuping the 13th floor of the tower with 700 other students during a Board Meeting. Within 12 hours all demands were met and the chairman of the Board resigned. The student union he was president of also fought for open meetings of the University Senate and for student representation in the Senate. They achieved openness by publishing confidential minutes of the University Senate in The Badger. One year to generate interest amongst the student body, his roommate and he ran for Student Council President. His roommate won by one vote but they got people talking.

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  • Frank Voices His Disapproval 

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  • President 

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  • Elected to BUSA 

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  • Union over Assemby 

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  • Rock at Brock Article 

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    Frank Reynolds was in charge of the Rock at Brock featuring the Guess Who and 7 other Canadian Bands, held on the back field at Brock. It was a geat affair, with 40,000 in attendance and few incidents. The student union ...
  • 1968 BUSA Council 

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    Pictured here from right to left and back to front are Geoff Eden, Bob Campbell, Pat Beard, Doug Chapman, Mike Wheeler, Peter Dixon, ?, John Auld, ?, Richard Harlow, Nigel Hussey, Ian Beddis, and Tom Goldspink.
  • Bachelor of Arts, Honours in String Pulling 

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    In reference to the actions of the Board of Governors of the University.
  • Schmon Tower 

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  • Schmon Tower 

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    Construction on the tower and in fact all of "DeCew Campus" began in June 1965.
  • Press Pass 

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    He was with the Brock University Student News Paper, "The Badger"
  • Alphie's Porch 

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  • Michael Hornyansky 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    Michael Hornyansky was head of the Department of English at Brock and was one of the first 7 faculty members.
  • John Marchese 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    John Marchese was an arts student and was the first Manager of the Brock Student Pub operated out of Alfie's Trough which was our first student center paid for by the students and built in 1969. It had its grand opening in 1970.
  • Frosh Week '66 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    Pictured here are Ian Beddis, James Burrows, and Merve Spufford.
  • Frosh Week '66 

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  • 1967 BUSA Council 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    Members of the council pictured here are Don Chapman, Richard Harlow, Peter Dixon, Michael Wheeler, Nigel Hussey, Ian Beddis, and Tom Goldspink.
  • A Bridge 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    An artistic shot of a one lane bridge near Brock.
  • William Hogan 

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    Bill Hogan was a student at Brock for two years. Among other things he was editor in Chief of the Badger, now "The Press", and was involved in all things journalistic. His wife Pauline Hogan graduated from Brock in 1970 ...
  • William Hogan 

    Unknown author (2009-02-27)
    Bill Hogan was a student at Brock for two years. Among other things, he was editor in Chief of the Badger, now called The Press, and was involved in all things journalistic. His wife Pauline Hogan graduated from Brock in ...
  • Alumnus Card 

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