Douglas prof Jovian Radheshwar wants to dispel the rapper stigma by demonstrating the accessibility of hip hop and its value as an alternative perspective for political and social issues.
Peter Wilkins proves that comics can address serious issues in ways mere words cannot.
Geology Instructor Selina Tribe wants to make it easier for women to deal with unexpected menstrual issues without embarrassment or lost time.
Boost your writing, up your study skills and much more with our peer tutors.
Anthropology instructor Jaime Yard encourages students and others to think more openly about inclusive spaces and gender equality.
Can giving people free money – no strings attached – provide economic security for all? Philosophy instructor and researcher Elliot Rossiter explores the idea.
Professional Communication grad Maansi Pandya dishes on her love of the written word, the challenges of crafting a creative career and how Douglas College helped her spread her wings.
A successful career can mean different things to different people. For Dispensing Opticianry grads Sara Moshurchak and Dana Dempsey, success means bringing creativity and customization to producing unique eye wear in an industry dominated by mass production.
Douglas College tackles the subject of contested histories with its own namesake, Sir James Douglas.