Charlamagne Tha God talks Grammys, ‘Black Privilege’ and more at Humber
  To kick off Black History Month, Humber College’s IGNITE program hosted a Real Talks event with the self-proclaimed “Prince of Pissing People Off,” Charlamagne Tha God. Charlamagne is best known as co-host of ‘The Breakfast Club’ on New York City radio station Power 105.1, which averages 4 million... Read more
It’s Black History Month!   Humber will celebrate Black History Month with events in both the Lakeshore and North Campus. The contributions and achievements of Black Canadians whom have historically done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse country it is today, will be the focus of most... Read more
Events at Humber this week
With the start of a new semester, many students and professors are getting back to the daily grind this week. Although classes are back in session, there are still events going on throughout the week at both the Lakeshore and North campuses. Some of the events happening this week... Read more
Five reasons you should run in IGNITE’s elections
If you want the opportunity to make a difference around Humber by running for IGNITE’S student elections, but you haven’t quite been convinced about whether or not you should run, here are the top 5 reasons why you should run in IGNITE elections: 1. Change your campus Executives work on... Read more
Steer clear of the flu this season
  With the winter weather upon us, that means the flu season is also on its way. We talked to a nurse from Humber Lakeshore’s Health services as well as a couple of students to get their input on the flu shot, as well as how they are planning... Read more
Humber Lakeshore helps the bees
Humber’s Lakeshore campus hosted the third annual Bee Sustainability event at the K building on Monday. The event was to raise awareness about bees and how they are crucial to our ecosystem. Students who attended the event could talk to experts about Humber’s role in sustainability and had the... Read more
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
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