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Shops build skills at Durham College Whitby campus

Durham College's Whitby campus has a room filled with elevators. It also has a real escalator and a crane simulator.These are just some of...

Student club provides a second home to Caribbean students

The Caribbean islands are more than just vibrant outfits and party music. They're home to a diverse community with unique cultures. Many from this...

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Shops build skills at Durham College Whitby campus

Durham College's Whitby campus has a room filled with elevators. It also has a real escalator and a crane simulator.These are just some of...

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Shops build skills at Durham College Whitby campus

Durham College's Whitby campus has a room filled with elevators. It also has a real escalator and a crane simulator.These are just some of...

Durham College officials hopeful about changes to international study permits

A month after the federal government announced it was reducing the number of new international study permits, Durham College (DC) is still uncertain about...

Student club provides a second home to Caribbean students

The Caribbean islands are more than just vibrant outfits and party music. They're home to a diverse community with unique cultures. Many from this...
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Students call for more inclusive food options

Durham College students with severe allergies and dietary restrictions feel that the current food options on campus are limiting their ability to access safe...

Low bus frequency a constant problem for Durham

Buses are the primary mode of transportation for many people but DRT buses come infrequently.

Students relieved by federal budget changes

Although education has numerous benefits, pursuing it can be financially straining for young people. Many aspiring post-secondary students struggle to secure bursaries and scholarships...

Transit commuters concerned by violence on Toronto’s public transit system

Crime on Toronto's public transit system, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), has been steadily increasing, causing concern among commuters who depend on the system...

Durham Lords baseball player triumphs in academics

Ryan Mattes, a player on the Durham Lords baseball team has been recognized for his academic achievements. Mattes, who is in his second year in...

Lords women’s volleyball scores academic honours

The Durham College women’s volleyball team dominated at the recent academic banquet where athletes were recently honoured.Elaine Popp, the vice-president of academics, spoke at...

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...

Oshawa’s lip-sync ‘fun-raising’, fundraiser made a return.

Oshawa Music Week’s Our Lips Are Synced charity event supported the hungry while providing a fun time for viewers on April 4th.Durham College’s Music...

Musicians use their voices to win a GenreSwap

Singers battled genres at a unique competition during Oshawa Music Week (OMW). Performers sang in a different genre than their own at the...

Federal ministers visit campus to talk green jobs

She is a girl who loves to build - and build she did. Arlene Matilda Gali, 25, followed her passion to Ontario Tech University,...

Small business owners from marginalized communities showcase products at DC market

Small business owners from marginalized communities had a chance to showcase their products on campus earlier this month.The BIPOC Small Business Showcase was organized...

Varsity scholarships part of the plan for $10 million raised in the community

Durham College is using part of the $10 million raised in a community campaign to help students with scholarships and new developments on Whitby...