From OAC student to international banker, Bill Brock traces path to success “A day for a celebration”: That’s what Bill Brock calls the day in 1958 when he graduated from the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), one of the founding colleges of the University of Guelph. He was among the first in his family to attend
Aggie in War Time: Alumnus remembers OAC as World War II broke out.
Now “almost 99” years of age, Henry “Hank” Orr, a retired University of Guelph professor, was an Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) student during one of the most tumultuous times on the Guelph campus and in the world. “I started at OAC in ’39, the year the war broke out,” says Orr, a ’43 OAC alumnus
A Student’s Life in the Summer ’42
The years go by — how many since 1942? And I am still here! It was a great privilege to return in July 2017 to a place that I treasure in my memories: Vineland, Ont. This was the experimental farm on the Niagara Peninsula where I and two other girls from OAC spent the summer