By Sucheta Singh Did that happen? Was it a dream? Was it implanted? Find out more about false memory, a term used when a person recalls something that did not happen, July 26 at Douglas College from one of the most influential psychologists of our time. The psychological phenomenon was first investigated by pioneers like Pierre Janet and Sigmund Freud and over the past couple of decades, Dr. Elizabeth Loftus has become a lead researcher in the field of false memories. Dr. Loftus has been called as an expert witness in cases including… Read More
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We had so much fun at Vancouver Pride this past weekend! Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth and picked up some temporary tattoos, buttons and custom ribbon wands. It was a great turnout, and the booth was packed throughout the day. If you picked up some merch, tag us in your photos!
Reminder: Douglas College will be closed Monday, August 1, for B.C. Day. Both campuses will reopen on Tuesday! See you next week.
This summer has a lot of Pride left in store! Catch us at not one, but TWO more pride festivals in the coming days: the @vancouverpride Festival and the @newwestpride Street Festival (pictured above).
Thank you to everyone who came out to the flag-raising events this week! A pleasure as always to partner with @thedsu6 to celebrate and express our support for the LGBTQ2S+ community.
Yikes... it’s heating up out there! 🔥 Heat warnings are flaring up across BC, and we want to help you stay safe (and cool) this week!