The Vancouver Latin American Film Festival is back Aug. 24 to Sept. 3. This 11-day festival celebrates Latin American cinema and encourages dialogue between different cultures.
Nikita Cameron has found her dream career on film sets after graduating from the SET program at Douglas.
College can be a stressful and confusing time for many students. Often this has an impact on school performance. It may be helpful to talk to someone who can assist you with managing personal challenges and easing the pressure of college life.
Final exams can feel like a flock of seagulls stalking a piece of pizza in your hand. It’s no fun to feel encroached upon, but exams are unavoidable. So face them head-on. Here are seven study tips to help you soar.
Coral reefs around the world are dying. Christen McDonald saw it firsthand in Jamaica, where she grew up. The coral cover off the coast of the small Caribbean country had declined from 50 percent in the 1970s to less than five percent by the early 1990s. Although it has been making a slow comeback with... Continue Reading →
She’s already a star on the court with the Royal’s Women’s Basketball team. Now, Simran Bir is taking that drive and determination to help the youngest patients at the hospital with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. But it wasn’t until her pediatric rotation at BC Children’s Hospital that Simran found what she really... Continue Reading →
Douglas College alum Melanie Mark first made headlines in 2016 after winning a by-election in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant, making her the first First Nations woman to serve in the B.C. Legislature. Now, she’s made waves once again as the first Indigenous woman to hold a cabinet position in British Columbia. Mark is Nisga’a, Gitxsan, Cree and... Continue Reading →
Did that happen? Was it a dream? Was it implanted? Find out more about false memory, a term used when a person recalls something that did not happen, July 26 at Douglas College from one of the most influential psychologists of our time. The psychological phenomenon was first investigated by pioneers like Pierre Janet and Sigmund... Continue Reading →
When Eric Osmond enrolled in the Criminology Diploma program at Douglas College, he was eyeing a career in law enforcement. But after a few semesters, he discovered his true passion was teaching. “I realized how passionate I had become about what I was studying,” he said. “Seeing how my instructors were able to engage students... Continue Reading →