Uncovering the Davis Cup myth

Photo of a red, black and white tennis racket with a yellow tennis ball on top. Set on an orange background.

Sport Science instructor Rob Lake shares how he and a colleague uncovered the truth about the creation of the famous Davis Cup.

A graphic education

Comics strip by Peter Wilkins

Douglas faculty Peter Wilkins uses comics to teach complex topics in a creative way.

Identity and Perception of Douglas College Students

What do Douglas students think about their College? Four Nursing students decided to find out.

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Nominations sought for Douglas College Education Council and College Board

Students listen in class

Call for nominations for College Board and Education Council is now open.

Journey for justice

Child and Youth Care instructor Carys Cragg talks about her book, ‘Dead Reckoning: How I Came to Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father’, why she wrote it and how the experience informs her work.

Why are we afraid to talk about death?

young woman holds older man's arm

Learn how can an End-of-Life Doula help someone at the end of their life.

Want to work in the music biz? Here are five reasons Douglas should be your starting point.

. 1. Find your crew. Connections are important in any industry. Make friends, network or just jam out with fellow music-loving students. Who knows? You may find your future bandmates in one of your classes. 2. Get schooled. You have the passion, all you need is the training. From the fundamentals of music to professional training, explore your passion for music with help from the pros. It doesn’t hurt that many of our programs easily transfer to university. 3. Broaden your horizons. You’re trained in piano, but have always loved the look of a saxophone…. Read More

Humans of DC: Road to anthropology

Humans of DC, Humans of Douglas College, portait of instructor at desk holding mug

“Once I took my first class in Anthropology, I became enchanted by the great diversity of cultures in the world. I had literally no idea where it was going to lead me.”