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Honouring academic excellence!

At Bishop’s University, we value the pursuit of excellence in all that we undertake, and we aim to instill the aspiration to excel in our students and in all other members of our community. The University congratulates the following students who were part of the Academic Honour Roll based on their success during the 2018-19 … Continue reading Honouring academic excellence!

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Highway 410 backfill on Bishop’s land

Dear members of the Bishop’s community, As work is underway to complete the Highway 410 extension, significant quantities of earth are being moved near Bishop’s University. The University has come to an agreement with the Highway project contractor, Couillard Construction Limited, to accept a large quantity of backfill on its land — about 546,000 tons … Continue reading Highway 410 backfill on Bishop’s land

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BU News

Transit of Mercury observation at Bishop’s University – To avoid risk of serious eye injury, proper equipment and precaution required

Bishop’s University’s Physics and Astronomy Department invites members of the community to come observe the transit of the planet Mercury across the Sun’s disk from the Quad, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. today, weather permitting. Directly observing the Sun without proper equipment and precaution can cause serious eye injury and should be avoided at … Continue reading Transit of Mercury observation at Bishop’s University – To avoid risk of serious eye injury, proper equipment and precaution required

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Observing the transit of Mercury at Bishop’s University – The phenomenon won’t be observed again before 2032

Bishop’s University’s Physics and Astronomy Department invites members of the community to come observe the transit of the planet Mercury across the Sun’s disk which will take place on November 11, from the Bishop’s Observatory at the top of Nicolls building and once the Sun is high enough in the sky from the Quad, between … Continue reading Observing the transit of Mercury at Bishop’s University – The phenomenon won’t be observed again before 2032

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