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The history of water: Lake Scugog

Scugog Island is located 20 minutes away from Durham College’s Oshawa campus, but while we can drink the water that comes out of our...

Human trafficking ‘prevalent’ in Durham Region

This is part one of a four-part series on human trafficking in Durham.  Written by: Shanelle Somers and Shana Fillatrau Durham Region is on the 401,...

Celebrities: What’s the point in obsessing?

By Mariah Pardy & Amanda Ramlal Society is often drawn to what celebrities seem to be doing. Whether it is Justin Bieber getting arrested or...

The intent of police carding

Between accusations of racial targeting and invasion of public privacy, police carding is a constant source of controversy. The Liberal Government has announced that...

Happy Holidays is more offensive than Merry Christmas

Christmas is the time for family, friends, lights, and celebration. However, the month of December is also the time of celebration for other holidays...

Don’t let your games buy you

Imagine reading a book that is missing the last few chapters, or watching a movie that ends at the climax. It would seem like...

Durham graduate goes Global

Lets flashback to 1994: Rob Leth was a student at Durham College, enrolled in the Journalism Program. He didn’t know what he wanted to...

Uxbridge to Nashville: The story of a small-town dreamer

From small-town Uxbridge performances to a Nashville stage, country artist Leah Daniels has had a taste of what it’s like to be a musician....

Durham College’s new Vice President, Academic knows she can make the...

  Elaine Popp knows she has what it takes to make Durham College an even better place and her resume suggests she can do it. Durham...