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Durham College student uses his journey to help others

First-year Environmental Technology student Jonathan Grant wants to help others who struggle with mental health and addiction, while also saving the planet.His passion stems...

Painting of a fox and her kits wins first-ever MAD 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge

A Media, Art and Design event returned this month under a new name: the 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge.It's been five years since MAD hosted its...

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Durham College student uses his journey to help others

First-year Environmental Technology student Jonathan Grant wants to help others who struggle with mental health and addiction, while also saving the planet.His passion stems...

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Durham College student uses his journey to help others

First-year Environmental Technology student Jonathan Grant wants to help others who struggle with mental health and addiction, while also saving the planet.His passion stems...

Campus Walk program provides a safe escort at Durham College

Students sometimes find themselves on campus after dark. They're studying, they have classes or they're involved in extra-curricular activities. Walking to their car or the...

Painting of a fox and her kits wins first-ever MAD 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge

A Media, Art and Design event returned this month under a new name: the 48-Hour Storytelling Challenge.It's been five years since MAD hosted its...
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COVID-19’s community impact: Oshawa’s BLVD of hopeful dreams

The BLVD Restaurant and Bar suffered during the lockdown since it doesn't have a patio, and is worried about what could happen in the winter.

It’s a reality: DC, Sheridan partner up

Two Ontario colleges, Durham College and Sheridan College, are teaming up to use augmented reality to capture movement.Durham will use its Mixed Reality Capture...

DC, Ontario Tech athletes practising (sort of) during pandemic

The cancellation of sports for colleges and universities in Ontario has forced many student-athletes to put the ‘athlete’ part aside for the 2020-2021 school...

OUA, OCAA cancel athletics for winter semester

University and college varsity athletics in Ontario have been put on ice for the rest of the school year.The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA)...

‘Not everyone is doing well during these times’ but together, Oshawa can feed those in need

After seeing a Facebook post about a ‘monster food drive in Montreal,’ Kristine Dandavino, wanted to do the same in Oshawa.“If Montreal can...

DC dealing with several cases of COVID-19

Durham College (DC) continues to deal with the impact of COVID-19, currently with 11 cases. DC officials say four cases are on-campus and seven...

Oshawa focuses on homelessness

Daniel Cullen wants you to think about what contributes to homelessness and what barriers unsheltered people face - especially this week. And he knows,...

Play ball! Take a look at DC’s $2.2 million field of dreams

Durham College's new $2.2 million softball field is ready for the school's women's team to 'play ball' - there's only one catch.COVID-19 is preventing...

Locals shine on Riot Radio

After creating the Durham College (DC) Musicians Club – and then being hit by the pandemic – J. Atlas was looking for a way...

DC professor receives award of excellence

Some teachers take a few weeks off during the summer after a long school year, but not Durham College Plumbing professor Edward Logan. He...

DC student wins art bursary in Bermuda

Imagine winning a $10,000 bursary for your education and almost missing it.“I didn’t even see that I had won it at first because it...

Students react to the strike

Durham College students are back in the classroom after a five-week strike by faculty. Christmas break has been shortened, the semester extended and some...