Meet the instructor behind Douglas College’s gender-neutral washrooms

Anthropology instructor Jaime Yard encourages students and others to think more openly about inclusive spaces and gender equality.

Four reasons why you should not miss Tech Week Oct. 28-30

Tech Week 2019: Discover all the awesome technology available to you at Douglas College. Plus, get a chance to win a laptop, Apple Airpods and more!

Reading between the lines

Teaching literacy to adults gives one student an appreciation for one of his most basic skills.

Tips to get the most out of the Douglas College Career Fair

We asked these recruiters what they’re looking for in a new hire from Douglas.

Anthropology students dig deep in the pursuit of knowledge

Excavation of Lil'wat people's village near Pemperton, photo by archeology instructor Bill Angelbeck

Three Douglas students contribute to First Nations history through archeological work at a Lil’wat Nation village.

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.

Volunteering perks: Elevate your resumé and support your community

Young adults of various ethnicity put their hands together over a black and white poster that says "Donate" and "Volunteer"

Organizations across the Lower Mainland give their insight on the benefits of volunteering.

Summer in the community with Douglas College

Check out where you can find Douglas College this summer around Metro Vancouver.

Aboriginal garden grows knowledge

College community members plant Aboriginal Garden at New Westminster Campus

The planting of traditional First Nations plants at Douglas College is helping to build cultural awareness.

Standing, as a country, with Humboldt

16 Hockey sticks standing upright in the concourse in tribute to Humboldt

Douglas employee and former student athlete reflects on the recent tragedy and why it touches so many.