Sunday, November 14, 2010

This week at Douglas: a provocative play, international exploration and more!

Here’s what’s going on around campus November 15-19:

Rimers of Eldritch
until Nov 19
The dark and haunting play, written by Lanford Wilson in 1966, is set in a decaying town in the American Midwest and deals with themes of sex, death, judgment and hypocrisy. Runs Nov 12-19. For more info and tickets, see the Arts Events page.

Career Exploration Workshop
Nov 17
Not sure which career path is right for you? Check out this free workshop at the David Lam Campus. You’ll do vocational testing, learn how to research career options and get a (optional) one- to-one follow up meeting with a Career Counsellor. More info and registration in the Events Calendar.  

International Day
Nov 17 (DLC) and 18 (NWC)
Douglas College has a new annual event - International Day! Come and eat food, see cultural performances and learn about another culture from various places around the world. Event runs from 12-2pm on both days.

Restorative Justice: Reflections of the Past, Present and Future
Nob 17
SFU School of Criminology, Correctional Service of Canada and the Douglas College Department of Criminology present the latest event in the Ting Forum on Justice Policy Lecture and Dialogue Series - Restorative Justice: Reflections of the Past, Present and Future. For keynote speaker info and registration info, see the Events Calendar.  

Douglas Day - Free public lecture
Nov 19
Who was Sir James Douglas? A free public talk. Hear the remarkable story of James and Amelia Douglas at this free public talk by Professor Gail Edwards, Chair of History at Douglas College. This event is open to the public. Refreshments will be served. November 19 is "Douglas Day" - the anniversary of the founding of the Crown Colony of British Columbia by Governor James Douglas at Fort Langley in 1858. Check out the Events Calendar for more info.

Basketball vs. Capilano
Nov 19
The Blues sing their way into New West, where the basketball teams will look to send them out singing a mellower tune. Women at 6pm, Men at 8pm.

See more upcoming events in the Douglas College Events Calendar. Got an event you want listed? Email your info to events@douglascollege.ca with 2 weeks' notice.

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