The Hummm: Episode 3 Toronto Life
Welcome to the final episode of The Hummm, brought to you by the bright student journalists from Humber College’s Bachelor of Journalism program. In this season finale, we explore Toronto’s bustling social scene during the busiest season of the year! Join us on a journey through the heart of... Read more
Humber students push for change in journalism internship program
Students in Humber’s Bachelor of Journalism degree program must complete 420 hours of internship to graduate, but students increasingly say they are struggling with finding a placement and ensuring they are able to continue paying the bills as they complete their hours. Internships happen during the summer between the... Read more
Longtime instructor Elaine Cerro reflects on nearly two decades of building Yoga community at Humber
Elaine Cerro is a yoga and Pilates instructor at Humber North and Lakeshore campus. She has been teaching in the community for over 18 years. Her classes range from Pilates on a ball to different yoga styles like Hatha and Vinyasa. Cerro started teaching yoga in 2005 and has... Read more
After months of closure, Humber Lakeshore’s library re-opens in time for finals
Humber Lakeshore’s library is now officially open again after over three months of closure. It was initially closed starting July 18 due to the construction of the new Cultural Hub, which was expected to last four weeks, but multiple delays caused the closure to continue until the end of... Read more
Metroland downfall further threatens future of local reporting

About 600 employees of the Toronto Star-owned chain of community newspapers are being cut.

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Ontario’s minimum wage went up — but it’s still not enough, workers say
Ontario’s increase to the minimum wage from $15.50 to $16.55 went into effect last month. The 6.8 per cent increase was meant to help people in the face of high inflation and cost of living. But college students, many of whom work minimum wage jobs, are saying this isn’t... Read more
IGNITE offers students gift cards for joining members meeting
Humber College’s student government, IGNITE, hosted their annual special meeting of the members virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 10 with all attendees auto-muted and not visible on screen. This meeting happens annually at the start of the fall semester to briefly introduce students to the newly elected board, present the... Read more
Journalism degree at Humber explores options during pause in admissions
The future of Humber College’s journalism degree program remains uncertain, as the college has yet to announce if admissions will re-open in fall 2024. The administration is currently re-evaluating the degree program after pausing admissions this year. A group of full-time journalism faculty from all three programs available at... Read more
De-Influencing: a passing fad, or a break in the cycle?

“De-influencing” is a buzzword has been all over TikTok, but is it an effective way to reverse this generation’s urge to shop? Some people are not convinced.

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Is the “influencer industry” at a turning point with Gen Z?

In a new Skedline podcast, young people say they increasingly aren’t influenced by influencers

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