Half a century in education – happy anniversary to us!

Today we celebrate a milestone 50 years after welcoming our first students

These Psychiatric Nursing students created an outreach project that won a United Nations Association in Canada award

Inspired by her grandfather, Douglas student Vanessa Reid founded a homeless outreach project for those who struggle with mental health.

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 vote this October: Discover 10 reasons why you should be more politically aware

Learn the different reasons why your vote can count and make a difference for the upcoming federal election on Oct. 21.

Compassion and serendipity led this future social worker to his true calling

After a transformative trip to the Philippines, Josh Rasalan set his sights on a Bachelor of Social Work and a future helping newcomers to Canada.

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?

Marketing students help non-profits build community connections

Envision Financial Douglas College Community Building Program: 2018 marketing practicum students

A marketing practicum through Envision Financial allows Douglas students to use their skills to benefit local non-profits.

Coming out

2 LGBT2Q+ students kissing holding a pride flag in front of huge rainbow letters that spell out pride

Douglas student Christen McDonald describes her experience coming out.

Coming Out | Friends, Family and Society

rainbow flag of the LGBTQ

October 20 is Spirit Day, a day that was set up by Douglas College Alumni Brittany McMillan to show support for LGBTQ youth and take a stand against bullying. Today we are sharing Telka’s coming out story. Coming out is different for everyone. For me, I still haven’t entirely come out. To clarify, I identify as a bisexual lesbian. Those words may not mean much to you in combination, but to me they feel like the right way to describe how I feel about my sexuality. I have been telling people about… Read More