Virtual hoops at Humber: NBA2K video game tournament comes to campus
IGNITE, the student government at Humber College hosted its annual NBA2K video game tournament today at both the North and Lakeshore campuses. It was free for all students to participate in and open to all Humber and Guelph-Humber students. “We do tournaments every year,” says Kedesha Syblis, who is the... Read more
What is going on at Humber this week? 5th February – 10th February
Another week has begun as we continue moving into the new semester. Whilst there has been a short turnaround between the two semesters, we still have some exciting events taking place this week. The Nutella Experience! Back after popular demand, the Nutella experience see’s various stations set up for... Read more
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
Events at Humber this week Jan 29-Feb 2
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
5 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
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
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
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
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
“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