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
Humber provides RECESS to students
Skedline reporter Rob Lowrey takes a deeper look into the importance of mental and physical wellness with college students during Humber Colleges RECESS week. RECESS at Humber College ran from Feb. 27 to Mar. 2. By Rob Lowrey and Kabrena Robinson Read more
skedLive – February 27, 2017
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Take a look inside Humber Lakeshore’s new LGBTQ+ Resource Centre
Skedline reporter Alyssa Croezen gives you a glimpse into Humber Lakeshore’s new LGBTQ+ resource centre on Feb. 14th, their opening day. For the full story, take a look at the video below. Read more
Humber tries to reduce student stress
Humber College’s Peer Assisted Learning Support frequently hosts workshops to help students who are struggling to manage their responsibilities. Today, the workshop focused specifically on ways to de-stress and cope with the different types. Listen below to hear some tips on reducing stress.     The selection of workshops... Read more
Weather Forecast: February 7 with Jake Clutchey
Effects of Trump’s executive ban on International students at Humber
President of Humber College Chris Whitaker has released a statement following the news surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration. “In light of the United States’ recent travel ban, we are supporting our students who may be negatively impacted by the restrictions. Any international student that... Read more
“Redefining beauty”: L gallery exhibit spotlights spina bifida
The L gallery at Humber College Lakeshore is known for holding a wide range of different art exhibitions. The most recent exhibit, Spina Bifida “Front to Back” by photographer Steve Kean was on display from January 9th to the 27th. Kean is a disabled artist who has spina bifida.... Read more
“It’s the sickest I have ever been,” Humber outbreak confirmed as norovirus
After 215 students fell ill at Humber College’s North Campus, Toronto Public Health has confirmed that the sickness is norovirus. The outbreak was first thought to be a case of food poisoning as it caused severe stomach pains. Humber College student Geordie Paul says its the sickest he has... Read more
Humber Hawks make Varsity history with national  soccer win
It’s time once again to ring that victory bell. The Humber Hawks wrapped up a history making and record breaking men’s Varsity soccer season after a 2-0 win over the Keyano Huskies on Saturday in Fort McMurray, Atla. The Hawks earned their sixth national Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship title... Read more