“Space, not place”: A Geography Open Lab tech opens up about the human side to geography

Sasha Djakovic manages the geography lab, cultivates a space for safe learning and brings Indigenous knowledge into studying the landscape.

This Child and Youth Care student overcame her shyness to help others succeed

Becoming a Student Assistant helped Myat Noe Pwint develop her public speaking skills while guiding students on campus.

Grounded in growth: Jeff Ross coaches women’s volleyball with a focus on the players’ future

Jeff Ross prepares student athletes in women’s volleyball for lifelong success and aims to encourage fellow Indigenous coaches.

‘Tis the season for frightful weather

Taking classes during the winter months? Be prepared for winter weather and know what to do in the event of a snowstorm.

Are you ready for the Big One?

On Oct. 20, in an effort to prepare for a potential earthquake, Douglas College students, employees and visitors can take part in the Great British Columbia ShakeOut – a province-wide earthquake drill.

The truth unzipped: Why it’s time to ditch fast fashion

Naomi Higo, Urban Ecology Coordinator, writes about the harms of fast fashion and how Waste Reduction Week is sharing tactics for change.

This Veterinary Technology grad is fighting plastic pollution in her industry 

Jocelyn Marsh connects veterinary medicine with ocean stewardship in an effort to save nearly 2.7 million plastic needles and syringes per year from entering the landfill and our waterways.

Please judge this book by its cover: Michelle Sound and her blossoming art career 

Indigenous CAF Advisor Michelle Sound’s celebrated artwork has been featured on the cover of an award-winning author’s novel and displayed in galleries across Canada in recent years.

This Student Ambassador helped people find their place at Douglas – and so could you!

Patrick Sheepwash lit the way for hundreds of students to thrive as part of the Douglas College community

Goal diggers: Geological Resources students land the perfect mining jobs this summer

The Diploma in Geological Resources gives students the skills and connections they need to carve out a place in the mining industry. Eight of its up-and-comers beat university students two years ahead of them for the chance to scour B.C. for important minerals.