Resistance and Resilience opens Oct. 8
Following the success of Skénn:en: Peace and Decolonization (2017) and Queer and Peace (2018), Diana Rice (Programming Coordinator, Peace Centre) prophetically conceived of a project that would provide a space for those voices traditionally unheard and often ignored: Legacy and racialized immigrant communities. Once again collaborating with Rhonda Meier of the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery, the work began in 2018 to create a platform for artists to display their experiences of racism and systemic oppression.
This vision is brought to life in Resistance and Resilience. Click Read More for the homepage news story.
An update from the STM about their Atwater project: We are continuing the work initiated in spring 2019 to replace the waterproofing membrane of Atwater station’s underground roof and preparing to install elevators. From September 22, the pedestrian walkway that runs along the worksite will be modified, and the sidewalk in front of the De…
Golf and soccer players back in the game!
Great news! Sports are back! Our Div. 1 men's soccer team played Vanier College Sept. 18 and the Golf team played a college tournament on Sept. 19. Women's Div. 1 soccer plays against Cégep André-Laurendeau this Friday and the co-ed baseball team plays John Abbott twice on Saturday. Many athletes are still only training while they look forward to playing games again.
Click Read More to go to the Dawson Blues website for scores and the game schedule.
Peace Week continues until this Friday
Peace Week continues until Friday, Sept. 25.
Click Read More to go to the schedule.
CLL is online!
The Campus Life and Leadership team is still trying to help students enjoy Dawson and get a campus life.
This semester CLL is doing things differently and has moved online to meet students where they are. A short video was produced to promote CLL online to all students.
Click Read More to see the 2-minute video.
Performance of Dawson student who placed 2nd in singing contest
First Int’l Math Day celebrated last Thursday
The first International Day of Mathematics (March 14) was celebrated at Dawson on Thursday.
Andreea Panait of Dawson's Mathematics Department reported: "We started the day with some wonders in Mathematics, then we moved to the history of Calculus and we ended with some applied math in creating interesting apps. To complete the day, we gave prizes for the math poster contest."
Students Sara Boubekri (pictured with Andreea) and Zaina Mahran were the winners.
Events cancelled through April 12 and building closed until March 30
Due to the public health guidelines issued by the Quebec Government, all events at Dawson College are cancelled through April 12 and the College building is closed to everyone from now until the morning of March 30. That is the status today, March 17. We will notify you if there are further changes.
Last Modified: October 7, 2020