L-Space art exhibit pushes boundaries
Into You: On the Edge is Humber’s latest art exhibit, showcasing artwork from a group of diverse artists. Curators Alissa Firth-Eagland and Farah Yusuf explain the purpose of the exhibit and the motivation behind the artists’ work. Cenk Papila has this report. Erin Leite is the videographer. The exhibit... Read more
Humber students talk student debt
OSAP has been slowly restructuring how student loans will work for future generations. Skedline reporters take a look at why the changes are being made and how past and present students are dealing with the system in place today. Read more
Millennials on Canadian politics
Students fill the OSAP gap
For decades the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), originally CSLP, has been giving students the opportunity to attend post-secondary school thanks to financial aid. A third-year Humber College Criminal Justice student, Maggie Srouji, says she owes her education to them yet somehow OSAP still falls short for her. On... Read more
What millennials really think about Trudeau
It’s been a year and a half since young Canadian’s came out en masse to vote for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party. Millennials came out in droves to cast their ballots for the Liberals in 2015. A report by Abacus Data even goes so far as to... Read more
Humber Hawks: Leaders on the court
It was a high-stakes game. Every player’s adrenaline was pumping at an all-time high. Walking into the CCAA National Championship, the Humber Hawks women’s basketball team were the reigning champions. They had gone to three straight nationals. They were undefeated in their season, and they were the top-seeded team... Read more
IGNITE’s election comes at a cost
Only 23 per cent of student’s voted in IGNITE’s 2017 election, but the entire student body paid for it. IGNITE, formerly known as the Humber Students’ Federation or HSF, budgeted $80,000 for the planning, promotion and execution of the 2017 student election, and $90,000 for the previous election in 2016. However,... Read more
The Toronto Comicon 2017
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Humber’s rising star: Ceejay Nofuente
With five minutes left in the 4th quarter, number 24 for the Humber Hawks dribbles down the court and pulls up behind the three-point line for a contested shot. The basket counts and Ceejay Nofuente has just broke history. 55 points and 13 three pointers against Redeemer. Fourth year... Read more
It’s not all smiles and roses: How a Bachelor alum deals with online hate and hopes to empower women
Former Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe is still dealing with online bullying a couple of years after she gave out her final rose to her fiancé Shawn Booth. Bristowe, who is Canadian, was known as one of the most controversial Bachelorettes in the franchise’s history due to outspoken behaviour. Since the... Read more