Ignite looking at redesign fixes for Lakeshore Campus
Humber’s student government Ignite is proposing a Lakeshore campus redesign as part of its five-year strategic plan. But there is little detail about the redesign, which is mentioned briefly in a four-page document titled the Chief Executive Office Monitoring Report. According to minutes of a board meeting held on Oct.10 2018, the redesign will... Read more
Walmart joins Humber to help workers continue education
Humber College has announced a new partnership with Walmart Canada. Walmart Canada launched the AdvancED program to help its employees and their families pursue post-secondary education. The program unveiled on Feb. 26 ensures that Walmart employees pursuing post-secondary education are eligible to receive a $2,500 tuition reimbursement. With the new partnership, those... Read more
Humber College community looks to erase stigma around mental health
The Humber College community is looking to erase the stigma surrounding mental health by sparking conversations about the topic. “Just as you would go to the doctor for pain that you feel,  it’s really important to be able to share with someone your journey, to have somebody to support... Read more
High-flying Hawks

High-flying Hawks

Sports Jan 17, 2019

By: Giovanni Siciliano The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team took down the Redeemer Royals last night 3-1 in what was a crucial West Division match-up. Humber lost the first set 23-25, but didn’t look back after that. They went on to win the next 3 sets 25-19, 27-25, and... Read more
Skedline News – November 13
Vanessa Gomez of Skedline brings you the top news stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Entertainment News – November 13
Lucas Laporta from Skedline brings you the top entertainment stories for November 13, 2018.   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
Canadian cities support #MarchForOurLives
On March 24, students around the world Marched For Their Lives. After the recent Parkland Florida shooting, where Nicholas Cruz opened fire and took 17 lives while leaving several more injured – students took matters into their own hands to bring justice to gun control. The protest captured so... Read more
March For Our Lives Protests Held In Canadian Cities
More than a million people around the world, including Canadians, gathered to march for stricter gun control laws in the wake of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting that left 17 people dead. Local events were held in major Canadian cities in support of the massive rally that took... Read more
Humber students give tips about handling stress
It’s been five weeks since the second semester began and the stress levels are continuing to rise as midterms, and other deadlines are fast approaching. Humber students shared their tips with Skedline news reporter Kaylee Perkins about how they handle their stress when times get rough. Read more