This week at Douglas College: International Day, Pink Shirt Day, film screening and more!
Here’s what’s happening at Douglas Feb. 23-Mar. 1
Journey features whimsical mixed-media works by Paul Burgoyne. February 19-April 10, 2015. Free and open to public. More info: Gallery webpage.
Monday, Feb. 23
New Westminster Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
Endless Abilities is a documentary film about our ability to adapt and our ability to live. Prior to the screening, from 6-7pm, you can check out the Imagining Inclusion Photovoice Exhibit in the theatre foyer. Free, public event. Please register to attend at www.endless-abilities-screening.eventbrite.ca
Tuesday, Feb. 24
New Westminster Campus
Every year Douglas College proudly celebrates the tremendous diversity of our students, faculty and staff on International Day. This event engages more than 100 student leaders, volunteers and thousands of participants, while supporting the internationalization of Douglas College. For more information, visit Douglife.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
Pink Shirt Day
New Westminster and Coquitlam campuses
Join us in taking a stand against bullying by wearing pink all day. Events are on at both campuses – everything happens in the New Westminster Concourse and Coquitlam Campus Atrium, respectively – and we’re giving out free chocolate to students decked-out in pink who post a nice message on our board.
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