During the Fall term, Kinesiology 435 students from the Outdoor Adventure Education course put into practice what they’ve learned about the importance of land stewardship, volunteering, and maintaining shared natural spaces as recreation leaders.
A traditional Coast Salish pit cook demonstration is taking place at Camosun College’s Interurban Campus. The pit cook demonstrates and promotes the traditional use of the camas, and keeps the teachings, and traditional ways alive.
With the arrival of fall comes respiratory illnesses season. We can all take precautions to keep ourselves and each other healthy by covering our cough or sneeze, regular hand washing and staying home when sick.
Camosun College is gearing up with two partners for a heartwarming GivingTuesday initiative that will help uplift students on their educational journey, removing barriers that could stand in their way.
What’s the difference between a good and bad death? Why and how do the living continue to interact with the dead? How do different cultures perceive death?
For the second year in a row, women from the 2023 Maker to Market Program at Camosun College have achieved notoriety from a provincial competition that celebrates immigrant entrepreneurs.
The volleyball teams kick off their quest for back-to-back provincial gold medals on Saturday, Oct. 21 against the College of the Rockies (COTR) Avalanche.
Studying at Camosun College gave Katie Manomie a safe place to learn more about herself, where she came from and where she wanted to go.
In response to unprecedented industry demand throughout Vancouver Island for professional cooks, Camosun College is offering tuition-free training spots in its Professional Cook program.
Masters rowing athletes from the capital region are putting Kinesiology students at Camosun College through their strokes so they can witness the top end of the spectrum when it comes to physical function in older adults.
A helping hand for students in need during the pandemic.