Posted on April 6, 2020 by douglascollegeblog
Keep fit, stay safe: Advice for finishing the semester strong
Therapeutic Recreation Instructor Dr. Sarah Moore reminds us of the importance of staying active, even while staying indoors.
Posted on August 9, 2018 by douglascollegeblog
Sun’s out, books out: 8 study spots to soak up the summer weather
Winter is coming…. So enjoy the sunshine while it’s here and take your exam study sessions outdoors.
Posted on December 5, 2017 by douglascollegeblog
‘Tis the season to feel stressy
Overwhelmed by finals? Approaching holidays stressing you out? Douglas College counsellors have tips to help you deal with the strain.
Posted on March 22, 2016 by douglascollegeblog
My First-Ever F: A Story of Academic Resilience
I coasted through my first year with B’s, C’s and one P. I got the P in Biology, and I blamed it on procrastination and reeeaaally poor prioritization. I knew my mistake was not studying enough. It didn’t bother me too badly, though, because I actually liked biology, so I thought of it as a really bad mistake that I could easily rectify. And hey, at least I was far away from my biggest post-secondary nightmare: ACADEMIC PROBATION. Sometimes I have trouble balancing my academic life with my life as a student life,… Read More
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