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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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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...

Sweet fun at first maple syrup festival since the pandemic

The Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival wraps up tomorrow after its return for the first time in three years. The festival runs each spring...

Parking cost not going down for students anytime soon

Students looking for lower parking rates next year may be out of luck.This year, many students who were unable to get a parking pass...

Durham College Student Association elections taking place this week

Tomorrow is the final day for students in the Faculty of Science and Information Technology to vote for their new director on the DCSA.Students...

The Festival of Colours makes a return to DC after the pandemic

Colours filled the air outside the CFCE building during the Festival of Colours - or Holi - event.The event was hosted on March 8...

Babcock passes the Durham Lords torch

As this year's Durham Lords season wraps up, the program will say goodbye to the long-serving head of varsity athletics.After 36 years, someone new...