Criminology student Katelyn Lohr plans to one day open her own legal clinic to serve underrepresented populations in northern Canada.
Geology Instructor Selina Tribe wants to make it easier for women to deal with unexpected menstrual issues without embarrassment or lost time.
For Clayton Gray, his decision to take on a criminology course at Douglas College came around the same way many young men try new things: for a girl. “There was this girl, and she said ‘hey, come to this class,’” the Criminology grad recalled. “I went to check it out, and my teacher, Lorree Bogden, was so articulate and passionate – I was drawn to her teaching style.” As for the girl? “She actually dropped the course,” Gray laughed. Fast-forward a few years later, and Gray is pursuing his passion for justice… Read More