Sunday, October 6, 2013

This week at Douglas College: Info sessions, author reading, film screening and more!


Here’s what’s happening at Douglas Oct. 7-13


Monday, Oct. 7


Performing Arts BA info session
New Westminster campus, Room 3302
9:30-10:30am
The Bachelor of Performing Arts degree—offered jointly by Capilano University, Douglas College, Langara and Vancouver Community College—has begun recruitment for the next program intake in May 2014. More info: Capilano University website.

Field school info session
Coquitlam campus, Room A1130
11am
Study is Oaxaca as part of the Mexico field school for summer 2014. More info: Mexico Field School.

David Zieroth author reading
New Westminster campus, Room 2201
2:30pm
David Zieroth’s most recent book is The November Optimist (Gaspereau 2013). Almost a love story, it combines fiction, observation and anecdote as the book’s male narrator conjures a dialogue with a woman— his imagined counterpart, his willing or unwilling muse. Free admission. Open to public.

Tuesday, Oct. 8


Fall job fair
New Westminster campus, concourse
10am-3pm
The fall jobs fairs give students an opportunity to interact directly with employers. More info: Douglife website.

Film screening
New Westminster campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
3:30pm
Meet and greet in the gallery followed by a screening of Crude Sacrifice in the student union lounge.

Field school info session
New Westminster campus, Room 1808
4:30pm
Study is Oaxaca as part of the Mexico field school for summer 2014. More info: Mexico Field School.

Thursday, Oct. 10


Arts at One concert
New Westminster campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
1pm
Enjoy Vancouver Academy of Music Singers as part of the fall concert series. Free admission. Open to public. More info: Arts Events.


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