• 1967 BUSA Council

      1967
      Members of the council pictured here are Don Chapman, Richard Harlow, Peter Dixon, Michael Wheeler, Nigel Hussey, Ian Beddis, and Tom Goldspink.
    • 1968 BUSA Council

      1968
      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.
    • Alumnus Card

      1970
      The Alumni Association card for Francis H. Reynolds. The back of the card is signed by the President of the Alumni Association, Ian Beddis.
    • Bachelor of Arts, Honours in String Pulling

      1970-05-26
      The certificate reads "We hereby certify that by resolution of the Senate the degree of Bachelor of Arts Honours String Pulling has been conferred on Francis H. Reynolds who has satisfied all the University's requirements and was duly admitted at St. Catharines, Ontario, on the twenty-sixth day of May, 1970. The certificate is in reference to the actions of the Board of Governors of the University. The certificate is signed by the Chancellor, President, Dean of Arts and Science, Registrar.
    • Brock Students Elect New President

      circa 1965
      The results of the Student Assembly election: ? MacVinale, Vice-President; Ian Beddis, President; Thomas Goldspink, Minister of Finance; and Frank Reynolds, Minister of Publications.
    • BUSU Irresponsible and Bureaucratic: Resigning Executive Raps Brock Student Government

      circa 1967
      The minister of publications, Frank Reynolds, goes on record about his opinion of the Brock University Student Union before resigning. He is quoted saying that BUSU, "is too caught up in itself to do anything relevant to the students".
    • Fourth Year Brock Student Elected to Head Assembly

      circa 1969
      Fourth year part-time student Frank Reynolds is elected BUSU president.
    • Frosh Week '66

      1966
      Pictured here are Ian Beddis, James Burrows, and Merve Spufford.
    • Frosh Week '66

      1966
      A large group are standing near a willow tree during the 1966 Frosh Week events.
    • John Marchese

      circa 1970
      John Marchese was an arts student and was the first Manager of the Brock Student Pub operated out of Alphie's Trough which was our first student center paid for by the students and built in 1969. It had its grand opening in 1970.
    • One Lane Bridge

      n.d.
      An artistic photograph of a one lane bridge near Brock.
    • Press Pass

      1967
      The press pass for Frank Reynolds at the World Exhibition 1967. He was with the Brock University Student Newspaper, "The Badger".
    • Rock at Brock Article

      1970-09-21
      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 rented every bus the City of St Catharines owned and took everyone home at 1 AM when the event ended.
    • Students Regain BUSA Governing Powers; Want University Meetings Open to Public

      circa 1966
      The Brock University Student Union approves the move "to place all governing powers into the hands of the student body." The group also calls to have the meetings of senate and board of governors opened to the public.
    • William Hogan at Desk

      n.d.
      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 as well and both live and work in St Catharines. He is an antique dealer and she is a Theologian and has just earned her doctorate.
    • William Hogan Reading the Newspaper

      n.d.
      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 1970 as well and both live and work in St Catharines. He is an antique dealer and she is a Theologian and has just earned her doctorate.