L-Building elevators down for six hours

It is April Fools day, but the broken elevator in the L Building at Humber’s Lakeshore Campus is no joke. Students and faculty arrived for their morning classes to find themselves faced with having to climb to flights of stairs.

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HSF turmoil over candidates’ disqualifications

The Chief Returning Officer for the Humber Students Federation says the results of last week’s online election that ended in turmoil with the disqualification of four candidates including the current HSF president will be discussed at a meeting tomorrow night at the Guelph-Humber.

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Pokemon tournament attracts new breed of players

“To be the best, like no one ever was” is the mantra of any aspiring Pokemon master. To most, this is part of a child’s fantasy. But to some young adults who grew up playing Pokemon, it’s a reality.

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SkedLive February 11, 2014
Skedlive for February 11th, 2014.   Read more
Dames Making Games teaches political game development

Video game development may seem like something achievable only by skilled programmers, but Cecily Carver, co-founder of feminist game development organization Dames Making Games, says otherwise. At a lecture and workshop hosted by Carver at Hart House last Thursday, Carver says making a video game is something anyone can do.

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Kensington merchants concerned about Loblaws

The small merchants of Kensington Market are about to come face to face with big business. Loblaws has signed a lease with development company Tribute Communities to open a Loblaws grocery store on the second floor of a condo building currently being constructed on the neighbourhood’s northern border.

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SkedLive January 28, 2014
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SkedLive January 20, 2014

Skedlive for Monday, January 20th

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