Etobicoke Food Bank Re-opens
Skedline reporter Liam Harrington visits the Westway Christian Church to talk about the reopening of their food bank and the impact it has on the community. Read more
Jack Summit promotes mental health with physical ideas across Lakeshore
Skedline Reporter Clement Goh dives into the Jack Summit, a mental health event providing workshops and activities at Humber’s Lakeshore Campus. Read more
Former Humber director still has a ‘finger in the game’
Author, critic and former Humber College faculty Antanas Sileika may be a recent retiree, but the Canadian writer is keeping himself more than occupied during his post-career life. Sileika, making an appearance at the Lakeshore Grounds’ Assembly Hall last month for a literary event, read from his second book,... Read more
Students give advice ahead of Humber’s open house
Victoria Caister, Cenk Papila, and Katelyn Huras cover student advice for Humber College’s open house this weekend. Read more
Humber bake sale raises funds for The Gatehouse
Victoria Caister, Remi Marchessault, and Katelyn Huras cover Humber’s bake sale that is raising money for The Gatehouse. Read more
Humber students react to Canada’s new emergency phone alert system
Skedline reporters Victoria Caister, Cenk Papila and Katelyn Huras report on Humber students’ reaction to Canada’s new emergency phone alert system. Read more
Humber students juggle end of term stress
Skedline reporter Cenk Papila talks to Humber students about how they cope with the end of term stress. Read more
Head, heart and hands: What Indigenous knowledge offers us
Though speaking for only an hour or so, the founder of Trent University’s Indigenous Environmental Studies and Sciences Program, Dr. Dan Longboat, kicked off this year’s Indigenous Knowledge Gathering with plenty for the audience to consider. The annual event, hosted by Humber College, brings together faculty, students, artists, comedians... Read more
The truth about Indigenous school experience
For the second day of Humber’s annual Indigenous Knowledge Gathering, the focus remained on education, but the lens through which we view it changed. With Humber alumnus Christian Quequish and VICELAND’s Sarain Fox as the morning’s keynote speakers, the three-day event shifted to Indigenous youth’s perspective of education. “High... Read more
Media awards showcase student achievements
Thursday night, March 22, the 4th Annual Emerge Media Awards (EMAs) garnered its most significant number of attendees to date. The calibre of nominees was at its best, leading Canada’s only media award program devoted to journalism, media studies and communications students to sell out at The Assembly Hall on... Read more