This week at Douglas College: Find out how to manage anxiety with help from counselors

Here’s what’s happening at Douglas College Nov. 16-22

Monday, Nov. 16

Downton Abbey Meets Jerich Tennis Club: The Legacies of Social Exclusion in Tennis
Coquitlam Campus
Room B3011
Douglas instructor Dr. Rob Lake will speak about the history of tennis, viewed through the lens of hit TV period drama Downton Abbey.
Using Downton Abbey as a window to view the issues of tennis’s 150-year history of elitism, sexism, racism and xenophobia, we can come to appreciate how the sport was, is, and will certainly continue to be, a microcosm of wider British and North American societies. RSVP to Elaine Innes 

Wednesday, Nov. 18

Career Workshop 
Coquitlam Campus
Room B3011
Session two of the three-session workshop involves discussions and activities aimed at helping you learn about yourself and the career decision-making process in a supportive and friendly environment. To register, call Student Services at 604-777-6185, or visit Room A1050.

Thursday, Nov. 19

Tips for Managing Anxiety
New Westminster Campus
Room 3345
Join Douglas College counselors at this workshop on Anxiety to understand more about what anxiety is and how it affects you, learn practical tips you can use right away, gain access to resources and referrals too. Register online.

Friday, Nov. 20

Book launch: Jewish Feeling: Difference and Affect in Nineteenth-Century Jewish Women’s WritingNew Westminster Campus
Ameilia Douglas Gallery
English instructor Richa Dwor will launch her book, Jewish Feeling: Difference and Affect in Nineteenth-Century Jewish Women’s Writing. For more, click here.

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