Mulan premiere held in LA instead of China
LOS ANGELES, March 9 (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co. held a red carpet premiere for its action epic “Mulan” on Monday, pushing ahead with the movie’s rollout even though the coronavirus spread will keep the film out of China, the second-largest film market, indefinitely. Warner Bros. has not delayed... Read more
Entertainment world affected by COVID 19
BY: SARAH TAHER The COVID 19 virus is forcing many events, festivals and premiers to be postponed over concerns of the outbreak.  The Coachella music festival in the Southern California desert has been postponed for six months until October because of concerns regarding the virus, organizer Goldenvoice said on... Read more
Coronavirus update: Jan. 23, 2020
The deadly coronavirus is rapidly spreading despite the Chinese Government’s best efforts to contain it.  As of Thursday, Jan. 23, 10 a.m. three Chinese cities are on lockdown, impacting 18 million people among them. Seventeen people are confirmed dead and there have been around 600 confirmed cases of the... Read more
Etobicoke citizens on alert for Coronavirus
Coronavirus has been spreading rapidly throughout China. Nearly 450 people have been infected nationwide, with total deaths rising to at least 17, as the mystery disease continues to spread. Three possible cases of coronavirus were ruled out by Canada’s chief public health officer on Monday, Jan. 20. What unnerves... Read more
Celebrating the low-carb life at a keto diet event
The keto-friendly products filled up bags of many who attended the Etobicoke Low-Carb Keto Living Fair at the Assembly Hall on Saturday, Jan. 18. The event gathered many vendors that sell keto, keto-friendly and keto-related products. Among them, there were bakery products like cakes, cupcakes, biscuits, and bread. Other... Read more
Students restricted from donating blood
Humber and the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) are hosting a blood drive on March 21 and Humber students are being encouraged to give blood and save lives; at least most of them are. A large portion of males in the LGBTQ community are excluded from this clinic and every... Read more
Feeling SAD in winter
Article by Joey Chini and Brandon Burnett The weather has as big an impact on mental health as it does on the roads. Approximately 1 in 8 adults experience the symptoms of a mood disorder at least once in their lifetime. After a week of relatively warm February weather,... Read more
Humber College hosts an event for students to find their blood type
Skedline reporter Fatima Baig and videographer Naila Tahir report on a Humber College event where students can find out their blood type. The purpose of this event is to encourage students to donate blood on March 21 at Lakeshore campus. Read more
Keeping track of your mental health as you prepare for final exams
The end of the reading week is bringing deadlines for final projects closer and exam week is around the corner. Keeping track of their mental health and preparing both mentally and physically for the weeks ahead can help students succeed during this busy time of the semester. Managing stress... Read more
Young and the poorly rested
By: Alex Arsenych and Tierney Angus The following article may be triggering for millennials who are always tired, bogged down by responsibilities that are a struggle to juggle and who feel guilty for complaining about the inability to complete the simple and menial tasks of “adulting.” If you are... Read more