Humber College hosts an award show for its art students
Reporter Fatima Baig and Videographer Naila Tahir went to Humber College’s Light, Camera and Art event where Humber artists received awards for their work. Read more
Toronto Police investigating vandalized posters in Humber’s  multi-faith prayer room
By Naila Tahir and Clement Goh Toronto Police officers are looking at campus security footage to see if the person or people who wrote anti-Muslim hate messages on posters outside the multi-faith prayer room can be identified. The defaced posters were found by last Wednesday, March 20, a day... Read more
Humber College hosts an event for students to find their blood type
Skedline reporter Fatima Baig and videographer Naila Tahir report on a Humber College event where students can find out their blood type. The purpose of this event is to encourage students to donate blood on March 21 at Lakeshore campus. Read more
“You have to be patient”: starting a career after graduating
Joyneat Chahal, 23, and Kamalpreet Gill, 25, started a new jewelry business in Etobicoke this year. They named their business Lehaazz Designz. Chahal and Gill are high school friends who lost touch after graduating because they had different pathways. Chahal is a Humber Alumni who graduated from Humber’s paralegal... Read more
Demi Lovato deletes Twitter account after 21 Savage backlash
Singer Demi Lovato deleted her twitter account after being criticized for laughing at memes about rapper 21 Savage. ICE arrested the rapper for living illegally in the United States. Officials said 21 Savage is a British citizen who overstayed his U.S. visa. Lovato tweeted, “So far 21 Savage memes... Read more
“Young and the Restless” Actor Kristoff St. John dies
Soap opera actor Kristoff St. John, 52, died on Sunday. He is best known for his portrayal of Neil Winters on CBS‘s soap opera The Young and The Restless. St. John played this character for 27 years. St. John’s fiancé Kseniya Mikhaleva, friends, and cast members are mourning his death. Mikhaleva... Read more
Oscar winners will have 90 seconds for the victory speech
This year Oscar winners will have 90 seconds to get up from their seat, go to the podium, accept their awards and finish their victory speech. This gives the winners more time as traditionally they had 45 seconds for their speeches. The producers need to finish the show within... Read more
Canada pledges $53 million in aid to Venezuela’s refugee crisis
The Trudeau government has pledged to give $53 million dollars to help with Venezuela’s refugee crisis. This money will be going to the neighbouring countries where three million Venezuelans have fled to escape the humanitarian crisis of food shortage. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro denies the food crisis in the... Read more
Humber College launches a new app for students interested in global opportunities
Humber College International Centre launched a new app called iCent last week for students interested in global opportunities. Over 350 students have downloaded the app since its launch and Humber College hopes the number will increase dramatically within the next few months. It is free to download and available... Read more
Ice Skating at Colonel Samuel Smith Park
With temperature dropping below zero degrees people are enjoying outdoors winter activities at the Colonel Samuel Smith Park ice rink.  Reporter Vanessa Gomez and Videographer Naila Tahir went down to the ice rink to talk to people. Read more