Grape Stomp is Brock’s messiest tradition
Brock University’s biggest and messiest campus ritual has earned a top ranking in the list of Great Canadian Campus Traditions.
The annual Brock Grape Stomp – held each September – is ranked No. 2 out of nine traditions listed in the current edition of University Affairs, a magazine published by Universities Canada.
University Affairs editor Léo Charbonneau said Brock’s Grape Stomp is known throughout the country, thanks to its uniqueness and popularity.
“The University does a great job of promoting it each year,” he said. “It sounds like a fabulous activity for the students. It looks messy but it also looks like great fun.”