Humber offers students flu shots to combat annual illnesses
It isn’t uncommon for people to get sick this time of year as the weather dips and then rises closer to spring.  As germs spread from person-to-person it’s hard to ignore the sniffles and coughs that come with cold and flu season, which is why it is important students... Read more
Change in OSAP funding procedure draws mixed reviews from students
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) has changed its procedure for distributing loans and grants to students. The old option for a direct deposit has been eliminated and tuition is now paid directly to post-secondary institutions. The change has sparked a range of responses from students and staff. Some... Read more
Exam season stress: How to handle it
By Anna Knight With exam season quickly approaching, Humber students‘ stress levels are rising. Feeling overwhelmed is normal during this time of year especially as assignments pile up which is why it is important for students to find creative coping mechanisms and be aware of the campus resources available... Read more
Idris Elba Voted People’s ‘Sexiest Man Alive’
By Kerry-Ann Whyte and Anna-Mary Wilkinson-Knight Skedline reporter Kerry-Ann Whyte asks students what they think of Idris Elba being voted People Magazines ‘sexiest man alive’. Read more
President’s Lecture Series Presents Timothy Caulfield
As part of Humber College’s, President’s Lecture Series professor Timothy Caulfield will be visiting Humber’s North Campus on Nov. 1 to discuss health and fitness through the lens of Science vs. Celebrity Culture. Caulfield is professor of law and public health at the University of Alberta, and is currently a... Read more