Trail running builds resilience in women, Douglas College study finds

Therapeutic Rec grad Selene Lincoln’s study shows us there is a profound relationship between women and the wilderness.

TR grads use therapeutic recreation to help kids with disabilities improve their quality of life

A passionate dedication in helping others led two TR grads, Kelsey Merritt and Danielle Barrett, to create a program to aid children and youth with disabilities in pursuing their dreams.

Hitting a home run for Indigenous youth

A history of playing softball helped Sahara Tom find her passion for coaching and kinesiology.

Humans of DC: Carpe Diem

Sydney Clarke, Douglas College student

Douglas student Sydney Clarke has a new outlook on life after recovering from a serious illness.

Uncovering the Davis Cup myth

Photo of a red, black and white tennis racket with a yellow tennis ball on top. Set on an orange background.

Sport Science instructor Rob Lake shares how he and a colleague uncovered the truth about the creation of the famous Davis Cup.

The Royal treatment

Brian McLennon, Manager of Athletics, participates in Make Some Noise for Mental Health event at Douglas College

Brian McLennon, Manager of Athletics and CCAA’s Athletic Director of the Year, is leading the Royals to glory. But it’s not just about the sports.

Winter 2018, a semester in photos

Douglas College rainy days Winter 2018

An overview of the past semester in photos.

Standing, as a country, with Humboldt

16 Hockey sticks standing upright in the concourse in tribute to Humboldt

Douglas employee and former student athlete reflects on the recent tragedy and why it touches so many.

Humans of DC: Coaching for change

Humans of DC, Humans of Douglas College, portrait of student on bench

“With my love of soccer, I’ve had many coaches who gave me that mentorship and support, so that made me want to pass that on to others, and give back.”