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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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Durham College and Ontario Tech to remember those who lost their lives to war

Remembrance Day will look a bit different at Durham College this year. Journalism - Mass Media students will be involved, both ceremonies will be...

A primer on campus safety: code blues, fire alarms…and knapsack pulls

Have you ever wondered about the big red poles located around Durham College (DC)? Or why fire alarms go off in one part of...

Opioid crisis puts pressure on paramedics

A new study has found the opioid crisis is putting more pressure on paramedics and emergency rooms. It's also influencing the way paramedics work...

International students worry for family back home in India

Some international students at Durham College fear for their family's safety in India, even if they feel safe here in Canada. Tensions have been...

Horticulture student brings community together with unique garden system

A Durham College student has created a new method for designing a garden, one that even people with no green thumb might master.Matthew McCready,...

Students at Whitby campus want more extracurricular activities

The Durham College Student Association (DCSA) is making more improvements to the Whitby campus gaming lounge, such as installing a third TV screen and...

‘Kevin was larger than life’: community mourns loss of executive dean Kevin Baker

Co-written by Andre Spence and Andrew NearyIt’s been a difficult two weeks for staff and students at Durham College. Kevin Baker, 59, executive dean...

Students reconnect with nature and themselves at Camp Wellness

The forest beside the Durham College Oshawa campus hosts many animals, including foxes, coyotes and skunks.These days, you can also find Heather Bickle, Durham...

DC offers multiple resources for students’ mental health, but some feel more hands-on support is needed

“I don’t know, I feel like it’s just not personal enough, I don’t feel connected to a person behind the screen.”

Young people find new confidence training at gyms

The government of Canada recommends all young people from the age of five to 17 engage in at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous intensity...

DC, OTU offer student-led Christian clubs

Two student-run clubs are available for individuals interested in Christianity and are active throughout the school year on campus.The Catholic Student Association (CSA) and...

Grades plummeting due to mental health issues

Falling behind on classwork is not unheard of for both college and university students. Of late, students face a growing number of mental health...