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.”

Pushing limits through play

Matt Berezan wants to use play as more than just an activity. He wants to improve the well-being of people with disabilities.

Men’s Volleyball Nationals: Pride is Here!

3 students in front of a banner that reads fear the pride, while wearing royals tshirts

  Douglas College hosted the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Volleyball Nationals last week! The games are over but our admiration for the Royals stays with us. I’m a great fan of our Douglas Volleyball teams and I was part of the event staff last week. I didn’t expect to experience such a great event in my college! I learned a lot about how much is needed to host a large event of this kind. Even from the first day I could feel how the players were giving it all that they… Read More

Humans of DC: Finding independence

Humans of DC, Humans of Douglas College, sport science student smiling at camera

“Working as a trainer I am able to utilize my education and passion to develop new relations and opportunities for myself and others.”