Campus events: Feb 11-15
Don’t miss out – here’s what’s happening around campus this week!
Monday, Feb. 11
- DSU Elections and Referendum on U-PASS – the Douglas Students’ Union’s annual election runs from Feb. 11 to 15 and there will be voting stations at the New Westminster (including the Anvil office tower) and Coquitlam Campuses. See the DSU website for details.
- Blind Date with a Book – This week, choose a wrapped library book based on the clues provided. All featured books are either written by Black Canadian authors or are about prominent Black figures, social movements or historical events. The event celebrates Black History Month and runs until Feb. 15 during Douglas College Library hours at the New Westminster and Coquitlam Campuses.
- Health Sciences Speaker Series – 11am-12pm in Room A1130, Coquitlam Campus. The BC Support Unit discuss their work with patient-oriented research, and how the public, patients and health care providers can get involved. This is a free event. Registration is not required.
Tuesday, Feb. 12
- DSU Womens’ Coffee House: Sexual Portrayal of Women in Media – 2:30-4pm in Room A1190, Coquitlam campus. There will be a screening of the short documentary, The LadyRising Actress Chronicles, by Naomi Ambrose. Coffee and snacks provided.
- Meet with STEM employers – 5-7pm in the Lower Café, room N1200, New Westminster Campus. Visit the Career Hub to register.
Thursday, Feb. 14
- Milhaud’s Scaramouche and Tomasi’s Concerto – Sea and Sky – 1-3pm at the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre, New Westminster Campus, performed by Julia Nolan, saxophone and Jane Hayes, piano.