Open to everyone in the community; not just University of New Brunswick alumni, Homecoming 2015 is taking place next week (Sept. 24-27). Registration closes on Sunday, Sept. 20. Everyone is encouraged to come to campus and celebrate all things UNB! For more information, contact or 506-447-3218. Here are some of the highlights: Family FunFest… Read More »

Alumni, friends and members of the community have joined University of New Brunswick faculty, staff and students on the Fredericton campus this week for UNB Homecoming 2013, September 26-29. “Homecoming is a special time of year when alumni, students and the community celebrate UNB,” says Margaret Grant-McGivney, executive director of UNB’s Associated Alumni. “It is… Read More »

The university community will pay tribute to Chancellor Emeritus, Dr. Richard J. Currie tonight in a commemorative dinner at the building named in his honour. The prestigious event is part of UNB Homecoming 2013, September 26-29 – an opportunity for the whole community to celebrate UNB. The event was featured on the front pages of… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick will welcome students, alumni, and the community to the Fredericton campus as it celebrates UNB Homecoming 2013 from September 26-29.   The four-day celebration has something for everyone, including a lobster boil, football rally and parade, Family FunFest, and Maritime Kitchen Party. Homecoming is a special time of year when… Read More »

He was one of only three people who registered from the Class of 1945, but Cape Cod, Mass., resident Don Adamson figured he’d still have a good time at the University of New Brunwick’s 225th anniversary celebration and fall homecoming. While a jazz band played under a white-topped tent on the lawn at UNB, Adamson,… Read More »

The dark clouds that hovered over the University of New Brunswick on Friday managed to avoid raining on the school’s first homecoming parade, as students, faculty and alumni gathered to launch a celebratory weekend. Dozens of events will unfold this weekend as part of a special homecoming celebration – from Friday’s parade, to Saturday’s football… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick is big on tradition this year, as it celebrates its 225th anniversary, but it’s not against change. For the first time, homecoming is being held in the fall, instead of during spring convocation or in the summer, as has been the case since the first class reunion took place in… Read More »