Humber’s G-building to reopen as new entrepreneur centre
After three decades of having its doors closed, the G-building at Humber College’s Lakeshore campus is projected to reopen in January 2016. HumberLaunch, a program geared at helping students improve their entrepreneurial skills, will have a presence in Humber’s new initiative to turn the empty space into the new... Read more
Incumbency a tough thing to beat
Mary-Margaret McMahon knows a thing or two about incumbency. The Beaches-East York councillor beat incumbent Sandra Bussin in the 2010 municipal election. This year, she easily held off her competitors to win re-election. But McMahon is not completely in favour of the advantages she has as an incumbent. ‘‘I’m... Read more
CBC says no to international interns
Failing a job interview because of limited ability is one thing. Being rejected at the beginning of the application process because of your nationality is another story. “I’m very frustrated now,” said Arieshadella Irwantini, a third year Journalism student at Humber College. “It is like the effort I’ve devoted doesn’t... Read more
Torontonians protest Ferguson grand jury decision
There was a sea of candlelight, people dressed in black, signs of support and chants of solidarity against racism and police brutality in the chilly fall weather Tuesday night in downtown Toronto. Around 2,000 people participated in a protest against police brutality on African-Americans on Tuesday at the US... Read more
The Jonestown Massacre 36 years later
    The Jonestown tragedy in Guyana, South America was 36 years ago on Nov. 18, 1978. More than 900 people died in a mass suicide orchestrated by the leader of the Peoples Temple Jim Jones. This grim day would be also remembered as when the most American lives... Read more
Computer engineer Barbie book stirs up controversy
In Barbie’s world, you can be anything: An astronaut, a doctor, even a computer engineer…but not without the help of a man. Recently, the 55-year-old American icon has stirred up controversy one again for a new book in the Barbie “I Can Be” series. The story starts with Barbie... Read more
Bird friendly glass proposed for new buildings at Kipling and Lake Shore
On a typical weekday, a mass of students are scattered around Lake Shore Blvd. and Kipling Ave. in south Etobicoke. There are three schools are in the area: Humber College, Father John Redmond, and Lakeshore Collegiate, boasting over 9600 full time students between them. This number will jump in... Read more
Skedlive November 24, 2014
Humber Ad Centre takes on new clients
Humber ad students host industry officials
Each year the graduating class of Humber’s advertising department is required to plan opportunities to land internships. As their year comes to a close, the students host Ad Week, which is a week of key notes speakers and various exhibitions of the students’ work. The most prominent exhibition being... Read more