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Students at Heritage Prix Fixe
DC’s Bistro ’67 launches new Heritage Series Prix Fixe to celebrate diverse student backgrounds

In celebration of diversity, Durham College’s (DC) Bistro ’67 has launched its first-ever Heritage Series Prix Fixe, allowing culinary students and employees to create and prepare a three-course meal honoring their unique background and culture.

Under the guidance of Bistro ’67 Executive Chef Raul Sojo, restaurant employee Tamara Green, a graduate of the college’s Culinary […]

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DC's 50th anniversary Homecoming Weekend
This September, come home to DC!

Calling all members of the Durham College (DC) family! DC wants you to join the party as we celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2017 with Homecoming Weekend this September.

On September 8, 9 and 10, our college community will come together for three fun-filled days of music, meals and memories, as we celebrate DC’s past […]

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Rachel Enright
FastStartDC’s First Pop-up of The Year!

Durham College’s (DC’s) entrepreneurial training partnership program FastStartDC is launching monthly pop-up shops around campus to provide real-world experience in retail and marketing to DC entrepreneurs. FastStartDC clients will gain an opportunity to showcase and sell their products to the college community, while giving other students the chance to discover what their peers have accomplished. 

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NAIG Group Shot
Durham College welcomes North American Indigenous Games participants

On July 15, Durham College (DC) held a barbeque event to welcome hundreds of competitors, coaches and families, along with organizers of the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG), to its Oshawa campus and Durham Region. The college, which is providing residence for many of the NAIG participants, was excited to show their support for the […]

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Dominic Rehayem receiving the Ontario Award for Paramedic Bravery
Above and beyond the call

In May, Durham College (DC) alumnus Dominic Rehayem received the Ontario Award for Paramedic Bravery from the provincial government in honour of a heroic rescue he made in 2015. 

A graduate of DC’s Advanced Care Paramedic program, Rehayem was working as an advanced care paramedic with the Hastings-Quinte Paramedic Services when he rescued a man […]

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Two DC dental hygiene students and a patient
DC's Dental Hygiene students help those in need

“Allow the way to your great work to be guided by your service to others.” – Mollie Marti

On May 27 and 28, Durham College (DC) Dental Hygiene students who are in their fifth semester gained on-the-job experience while putting their skills to work for a worthy cause by providing dental hygiene care […]

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Durham College (DC) students from the School of Media, Art and Design’s (MAD) Fine Arts - Advanced program, recently grew their experiential learning in the community through a project that allowed them to paint on the windows of the Arts Resource Centre near Oshawa City Hall to commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday and other milestone anniversaries being celebrated by community partners in 2017.
DC Fine Arts students paint collection of Milestones for Canada 150

Durham College (DC) students from the School of Media, Art and Design’s (MAD) Fine Arts – Advanced program, recently grew their experiential learning in the community through a project that allowed them to paint on the windows of the Arts Resource Centre near Oshawa City Hall to commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday and other milestone anniversaries […]

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Together we rock
Durham College Alumnus Wins Provincial Accessibility Award

Durham College (DC) is proud and excited to congratulate John Draper, on his receipt of the David C. Onley award for Leadership in Accessibility. This auspicious award was presented to Draper Thursday, May 25 by the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario at Queen’s Park in Toronto, in recognition for going above and beyond […]

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Paralegal students at Durham College
Are you in high school and interested in law?

Caitlin Crosby had an interest in law in high school and now she is a student in the Paralegal program at Durham College (DC) where she is learning to give legal advice and represent clients in court.  Caitlin really liked her grade 12 law class, and had a chance to participate in a high school […]

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Durham College’s (DC) student-led newspaper, The Chronicle, took second place honours in the General Excellence category for Ontario college and university newspapers at the Ontario Community Newspaper Association’s (OCNA) Better Newspaper Awards gala.
The Chronicle repeats second place honours in provincial competition

For the second year in a row, Durham College’s (DC) student-led newspaper, The Chronicle, took second place honours in the General Excellence category for Ontario college and university newspapers at the Ontario Community Newspaper Association’s (OCNA) Better Newspaper Awards gala.

Brian Legree, DC professor, program coordinator and editor-in-chief of The Chronicle, accepted the award at […]

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