Therapeutic Rec grad Selene Lincoln’s study shows us there is a profound relationship between women and the wilderness.
“I grew up seeing only a few musicians in the media who made me think, ‘I'm capable of that, too.’ I didn’t fully experience that feeling of representation until I searched it out myself in my 20s.”
A renowned author and dedicated instructor, Amber Dawn has spent the last year guiding her creative writing students through penning new works in times of crisis.
The College will be closed tomorrow, July 1 for Canada Day. In the spirit of reconciliation and out of respect for Indigenous communities throughout the country dealing with ongoing loss, we encourage everyone to take some time to reflect on Canada's history and explore how we can personally contribute to reconciliation initiatives.
“I treated becoming a firefighter like preparing for a final exam. The easiest way to get eliminated in the hiring process is by making a mistake — you really have to make sure all your i’s are dotted and t’s are crossed. Using the skills I gained as a student at Douglas really helped me during this stage.”
"Further findings of unmarked graves at residential schools across the country have once again focused attention on the continuing trauma facing Indigenous communities, and on Canada’s struggle to come to grips with this tragic part of our history, and the lasting legacies and inequities it has left in its wake."
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.