Skedline takes on Riverdale: Can millennials relate?
By Alyssa Croezen, Fallon Hewitt, Rob Lowrey and Danila Neves. As both critics and viewers of major TV shows and movies, it’s easy to spot the inaccurate representation of young people. Often times, misconstrued to a point where the character they’re attempting to portray is completely different from the... 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
Pi Day 2017
PI DAY 2017 by Rob Lowrey on Exposure Read more
What the Women’s March on Washington taught me
Before I attended the Women’s March in Washington, I was filled with euphoria. The thought that I would be among thousands from all over North America marching in a strong show of support for the rights and equality of women made me feel blissful. I was going to be... Read more
Women’s march on Washington photo gallery
The women’s march on Washington took place on Jan. 21. Over 1 million supporters flooded the streets of Washington to march in celebration of women’s rights, equality and  diversity. Skedline reporters travelled to Washington D.C. to cover the event. Here is a photo essay showing moments of the march captured by... Read more
Toronto joins anti-Trump sister marches
Torontonians joined cities across the world to protest the Trump presidency in a show of unity for human rights.   On Saturday Jan. 21, about 60,000 women, men and children gathered at Queen’s Park to join in as a sister rally of the Women’s March on Washington. The inauguration... Read more
Toronto women’s march against Trump draws 60,000
Women’s March on Washington – Toronto by Fallon Hewitt on Exposure Read more
Canadians join Women’s March on Washington
Canadians are joining the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. today. Skedline reporters are traveling on one of five buses that left Toronto last night to bring men, women and children to what is expected to be one of the biggest inauguration protests in U.S. history. People expressed different motivations for... Read more
Tracking women’s attitudes in the deep American divide
As a young, female journalist, one of the things that confused me most in this election is the divide that became so quickly visible between women. There were women who loved Donald Trump despite his blatant disrespect of their gender. These women continued to build him up while he... Read more
My U.S. experience as a black female journalist
Our journey back from Cleveland, Ohio after covering the presidential election was a huge contrast to our cheerful and optimistic journey there. The outcome of Donald Trump being elected President of the United States was one none of us expected. Our emotions were not entirely intensified by our personal... Read more