When he’s not working as Daily Hive’s Finance Manager, Douglas alum Alfred Zagloul can be found on Instagram as @AlfredDrinkingCoffee or running his own consulting business.
In honour of National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day, Bachelor of Social Work student Aly Hillaby talks about the significance of the month of June and her experience at Douglas as an Indigenous student.
To honour the 215 Indigenous children who lost their lives while attending residential school in Kamloops, Douglas College and @thedsu6 have affixed local trees at both campuses with 215 orange ribbons. The ribbons will remain until Jan. 9 — exactly 215 days.
Hey Summer 2021 grads! We know you’ve missed out on your convocation, but we still want to celebrate you and your accomplishments! We’re packing up your credentials and shipping them to you along with a few extra congratulatory items. Keep an eye out for your grad box!
When Brenna Robert learned about the Psychiatric Nursing program at Douglas College – and that it offered designated seats to Indigenous students – she knew she’d found her calling.
Douglas College is deeply saddened by the recent findings on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. Our sympathies and thoughts are with the individuals, families and communities affected by this reminder of the atrocities perpetrated against the Indigenous peoples of Canada.
Ted Venema had never even heard (pun intended) of the hearing health field till he was 30. Now, the Hearing Instrument Practitioner instructor has dedicated decades to educating his students and the public on the importance of protecting our eardrums.