Campus events Nov. 14 – Nov. 17

Don’t miss out – here’s what’s happening around campus this week!

 

Tuesday, Nov. 14

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Women’s Sport as Politics. This free talk will feature Homa Hoodfar, the Canadian anthropology professor arrested in Iran for “dabbling in feminism”, who will speak about sport politics in a Muslim context.

Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam from 6:30 – 8:30pm. Reserve your free seat today: bit.ly/womensportpolitics 

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Join us at the next Urban Challenges Forum:

Truth and Reconciliation is spoken about a lot, but what does it actually mean for cities and individual citizens? Learn some uncomfortable truths of New Westminster history, how the city is responding to Truth and Reconciliation, and why it’s the responsibility of all citizens to effect change.

Wednesday Nov. 15 from 6:30pm to 8pm at Douglas College, New West Campus, room 2201

The forum features:

Dr. Gail Edwards, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Douglas College

Rob McCullough, City of New Westminster

Dave Seaweed, Aboriginal Coordinator, Douglas College

Frank Cunningham, Simon Fraser University (moderator)

Thursday, Nov. 16

Attention all Harry Potter fans! It’s happening. A whole day of Harry Potter movies. Starting at 10:30am in the NW concourse, you can catch:

  • The Philosopher’s Stone
  • The Chamber of Secrets
  • The Prisoner of Azkaban

This is part one. Stayed tuned for the rest of movies at a later date.

 

Aboriginal Voice – an evening of poetry and prose, featuring: Joseph A. Dandurand, Louise Bernice Halfe, Wanda John-Kehewin, Jules Koostachin, and Philip Kevin Paul.

7 – 9pm at the Aboriginal Gathering Place at NW campus. Free and open to the community; refreshments will be served.

Friday, Nov. 3

The Diviners is on at the Laura C. Muir stage at New Westminster Campus. Douglas theatre and stagecraft students are excited to present this raw and rustic story of human nature. Performances run Nov. 10-18. Don’t miss out, get your tickets now: http://thediviners.bpt.me

 


 

Check back every Monday to stay in the know about what’s going on around campus!

Have an event everyone needs to know about? Email events@douglascollege.ca with all the information.

 

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