An interview with Dawson College History Professor Gesche Peters.
Q: Can you present yourself and your background as a history professor?
A: I am a history teacher in the history department at Dawson. We are all expected to be rather flexible in what we teach, so the training background with which a person came here is not necessarily what they end up teaching, and therefore, in view of the theme of TECHNIQUE as such, it is certainly very important to be versatile in approaches
By Anouk Arseneau
An interview with Gesche Peters, History Professor at Dawson College.
How a Norwegian TV show became loved by fans worldwide.
Can you feel the rhythm of existence?
Sara Josephine Baker and the Impact of Health Education and Community Outreach in the 19th century.
The ancient roots of ketchup.
An interview with Jaime Sandoval, physics teacher and opera singer.
A journalistic exploration of accommodations for students with learning differences at Dawson College.
An interview with two Dawson computer science students about S.P.A.C.E., technique, and general education.
A look at how Instagram can incite or inhibit environmental activism.
The challenge of translation emotion into words.
A piece about oysters, the taste of nostalgia and how they somehow relate to technique.
An interview with Alex Marini on the techniques of skateboard making.
Is that glimmer of light in the sky a sign of hope fading … or emerging?