Talking about grey issues in black and white times

Douglas College entrance sign, photo by David Denofreo

Douglas College tackles the subject of contested histories with its own namesake, Sir James Douglas.

Don’t be a word thief

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Get some insight on how to cite your sources to avoid plagiarism.

Breaking down the ballot

Political Science instructor Darin Nesbitt explains the options you will have for the voting-system referendum

Let’s not love this place to death

Image shows city graphic on white background in black box with text to the right that says: Balancing Act: Revitalization Without Gentrification

Can New Westminster progress and evolve without falling prey to gentrification?

Teaching to his own beat

Black and white image shows Music Technology instructor Kayvon Sarfehjooy bent over turntables with headphones around his neck.

Veteran DJ and producer Kayvon Sarfehjooy brings a wealth of knowledge to his Music Technology classes.

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.

Help make Douglas courses better

Student evaluations are like reviews on a website. Your feedback helps instructors provide a better learning environment.

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.