We made some noise for mental health, took home gold at the CCAA National Championships, put on two fantastic theatre productions and so much more. Here’s a look back at pictures from the Winter semester.
Animal behaviour expert and autism advocate Professor Temple Grandin visited the Vet Tech students before speaking to a packed house at the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre on Jan. 10.
Therapy dogs treated students some much-needed affection on March 12 thanks to the DSU.
Students learn a Caribbean dance routine as part of World of Dance in the Movement Studio.
A student checks their phone in the New Westminster concourse.
Premier John Horgan visited our booth at the B.C. Tech Summit on March 12.
A colour coordinated grad poses with the iconic “DO” in the New Westminster Campus concourse, Feb. 22.
Roary, the Douglas College Royals’ mascot, was at the centre of the action during the Make Some Noise for Mental Health rally Jan. 31.
Geography students spent a damp Saturday in February exploring the Coquitlam River Watershed.
Students relax between classes at the New Westminster Campus.
Music Tech Diploma students presented their work at the MTD Portfolio Show on March 28.
Relaxing after the Make Some Noise for Mental Health rally on Jan. 31.
A martini is handed to Man, played by Roisin D’Mello, in this semester’s production of 7 Stories in the Studio Theatre.
As part of First Year Fridays, the Career Centre taught new students tips and tricks for gaining employment.
The women’s curling team brought home gold at the CCAA National Championships on March 19
Mother Magee, played by Khyla Granstrom, shares her flask with a mouse in the departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology’s production of Cinderella Waltz.
Students and faculty represented the Science and Technology department at the Science World Faculty Faceoff on Feb. 15.