Douglas employee and former student athlete reflects on the recent tragedy and why it touches so many.
Hey, I’m Jamal, and I’m a second year student at Douglas, taking a specialized degree in “whatever, whenever.” When I first came to Douglas,. I thought maybe I could be a psychologist, because of the two books and 280 TED talks I’d seen on the topic. Now, I’m working towards a journalism career by working at The Other Press, taking a variety of useful courses, and trying to pick up some tools of the trade. I’m much more satisfied with that. When I’m not writing, I’m either reading a book or being… Read More
Hey! My name’s Mary and I am in my second year of Arts here at Douglas. While studying humanities and social sciences, I enjoy dipping myself into numerous worlds of culture through learning new languages. As strange as it sounds, being a polyglot one day is definitely one of my interests. I try my best to assert myself to new things and I love meeting new people. I have a broad appreciation for music, so if you need something to do or just want to groove, I’ll be in the dance studio!… Read More
Hello world, this is Abhishek! I’m a second year Business student. I am here from India to chase down my dreams. I believe in myself and I am a big fan of Jordan Belfort and Warren Buffet. Being at Douglas I have met a lot of people across the Globe! I’m crazy about travelling, hiking and playing Cricket. I’m usually busy on weekends, hiking and discovering new places to have awesome food. I spend my spare time writing blogs or at the Gym. Sometimes I am too tired to attend classes, so… Read More
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