Hot off the (bench) press! This Douglas grad won gold for Canada

A quest to improve his health led Criminology alum Sumeet Sharma to compete in international weightlifting championships.

Crossing the academic finish line

Winter 2020 valedictorians share their experiences and wisdom.

Stagecraft grad creates high-end custom carpentry

Woodworking whiz Michael Young creates scenic sets for the entertainment industry and unique pieces for big names like Red Bull and Clearly.

TR grads use therapeutic recreation to help kids with disabilities improve their quality of life

A passionate dedication in helping others led two TR grads, Kelsey Merritt and Danielle Barrett, to create a program to aid children and youth with disabilities in pursuing their dreams.

Why volunteer? It’s good for your mind, body and soul – and your career

Here are four great reasons (and one great example) of how volunteering will improve your life – and your community. Bonus: We’re hosting a Volunteer Fair Sept. 24 & 26!

New to Douglas College? Learn the ropes from a Kickstart Coach

From what to expect your first week at College, to how to get involved in the Douglas community, Kickstart Coaches have got you covered!

Reading between the lines

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

Rewriting her story and making a difference

Telka Pesklevits is a poet-activist looking to make positive change within her community.

UK journalist launches writing career at Douglas

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.

Framing the world with a different pair of glasses

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.