Campus events: March 18–22

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

Monday, March 18

  • 7 Stories by Morris Panych – Various times at the Douglas College Studio Theatre. Directed by Thrasso Petras and produced by the Departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology, 7 Stories is a meta-theatrical black comedy. Shows run until March 22. Buy tickets here.
  • Free DCBA Tax Clinic – 10am–5pm in the DSU Building, 1st floor, New Westminster Campus. The clinic is free for all Douglas College students and the public (with income restrictions). On until April 30.
  • Used Book Sale – 10am–5pm in the Concourse, New Westminster Campus. Head to the Event Magazine Used Book Sale fundraiser to fill your shelves with some fiction, non-fiction, poetry, children’s books and more. On until March 20.
  • Art exhibition: Chapan Snares Rabbits – 10am–5pm at the Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster Campus. View the latest works of Burnaby artist Michelle Sound, inspired by her indigenous heritage. Chapan is a Cree word for great-grandparents as well as your descendants. Free and open to the public.
  • Unlocking Doubles Flow 7-8:30pm in the Movement Studio, New Westminster Campus. Presented by the DSU Hoop Club. Learn basic double hoop foundations, turning in circles, identifying grip switch opportunities and tricks to put your tricks together with Laura Loops. Free for Douglas College students and faculty.

Tuesday, March 19

  • Accounting Networking Night – 6–8pm in room 910, 9th floor of the Anvil Office Tower, New Westminster. Hone your elevator pitch and polish your LinkedIn profile. Be ready to meet employers who will be here to recruit students. Register here.

Wednesday, March 20

  • Deloitte Days – 11am–4pm at UBC, Robert H. Lee Building, 6163 University Blvd., Vancouver. Organized by DCBA, Deloitte Days are a series of awesome on-campus events, which enable students to meet the Deloitte team and chat with them on how to make an impact across the organization. Registration is not required. Simply show up!
  • World of Dance – Caribbean – 4:30–5:30pm in the Movement Studio, New Westminster Campus. Stay healthy and happy by swinging to the beats of Caribbean music. No registration required.

Thursday, March 21

  • In Celebration of Women – 1pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Presented by Arts at One, the afternoon features music of innovative women composers of various times and cultures. Performed by the Mathieu-Chua Duo — violinist Véronique Mathieu and pianist Stephanie Chua.
  • Let’s Talk Pollinators! – 5–6:30pm in Room C1008 at the Coquitlam Campus. Listen to a talk by Dr. Veronica Wahl about the benefits of pollinators in your garden. Presented by the Institute of Urban Ecology.
  • DSU Student Pub Night – 9pm–12am at the Taphouse Coquitlam, 405 North Road. This is last pub night of the semester. There will be no cover and free appies for Douglas students and a DJ starting at 10pm. For 19+ students. Government issued IDs and College IDs are required.

Friday, March 22

  • Baroque Synthesis: Italian, French and German Styles – 1pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at the New Westminster Campus. Listen to musicians from Ensemble La Rêveuse (France): Serge Saitta, flauto traversa, Benjamin Perrot, theorbo and Florence Bolton, viola da gamba. Presented by Arts at One and Early Music Vancouver.
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