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
Temporary nursing station set up at Humber North
Humber College is fighting back against the virus affecting 215 students at the north campus. The college said that cleaning staff were working throughout the weekend on disinfecting highly touched areas in a release today. Toronto Public Health is waiting for the results of a lab test to confirm... Read more
SkedLive: January 16 with Rob Lowrey
Ignite hopes to raise awareness after students express skepticism over new branding
By Devon Imrie & Kabrena Robinson, Skedline.com Following the rebranding of the Humber Students’ Federation to IGNITE in July, many students remain skeptical about the budget and transparency of the change. The previous rebrand info session held by IGNITE on Oct. 5 sparked a lot of anger among students... Read more
Question of the Day for February 22, 2016: Kesha Legal Battle
Roena Reid went out on the street today to get people’s opinions of the on-going legal battle between Kesha and Sony. Here’s what she heard. Filmed and edited by Emily Bongelli Read more
Humber alumnus releases debut EP
For a handful of years Honours Bachelor of Music graduate Milan Boronell has shared his voice and musical talents within the Humber College and Athletics communities at everything from banquets, competitions to national anthems. Now the singer/songwriter has reached a new octave in the music scene with his debut... Read more