“Yo man, what are you doing?” “Why are you going to that?” “That sounds so stupid!” Have you ever wanted to get involved in something but then your homies make you feel stupid for wanting to get involved? That’s what happened to me in September, and I’m so happy that I didn’t listen to them, because I would have missed out… a lot! Everyone says that I’m a people person. I love meeting new people and love to listen and grow within the conversations that I have when I meet someone… Read More
Douglas College will be closed Friday, Sept. 30, for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
“Art was always something I loved but imagined I would do in my spare time, so I am proud to now have two careers in academics and art,” says Michelle Sound.
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Douglas College will be closed Monday, Sept. 19 in accordance with the federal day of mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This means that there will be no classes, events or activities on this day. Instructors will provide additional guidance to students regarding coursework or classes that were originally scheduled for September 19. Our campuses will reopen for normal operations on Tuesday.
We had an amazing time at the 10th annual Recovery Day BC event in New Westminster this past weekend. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our “future self” booth and left a note on our banner – your words and stories are moving and inspiring to us all. At Douglas, we believe that celebrating and raising awareness for recovery leads to a healthier, happier and more connected community.
In recognition of the period of mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our flags will be flown at half-mast until the day of her memorial service.