Study crunch hits Lakeshore students
The hustle and bustle is growing in the Lakeshore Commons Library as Humber students are facing the end of the year crunch. Cramming between classes to study and finish final projects is stressful, as students find time is fading with three weeks left in the semester. “Students are louder... Read more
Skydiving goes to a new level
IFLY is the first indoor skydiving simulator of it’s kind in Ontario. It welcomes a whole new world of entertainment to delve into on a weekend. Not far from the movie theaters you can enjoy a night of indoor skydiving, creating your own experience of what it feels like... Read more
Game of Thrones premieres on Facebook
The Game of Thrones television series about a mythical kingdom is coming out on HBO for audiences at a faster pace than the book.   The Game of Thrones red carpet premiere will stream on Facebook and visuals will be shared on Instagram. According to the HBO press release... Read more
SkedNOW March 10, 2015
Target has begun the long road ahead of clearing aisles and more importantly people’s jobs. Big red clearance signs are marked with a black sharpie displaying 20 to 40 percent off. Target’s time is up and a dark cloud is left shadowing the American retail world as Canadian consumers second guess... Read more
Everest College Canada leaves students in the cold
Everest College Canada, a private college specializing in technology, health care, and business, was shut down last week and is planning to place a refund instead of a diploma into their former students’ hands. But the students may be rejecting the refunds and reaching for protest signs instead. Students... Read more
Stephen Holyday takes Ward 3
Stephen Holyday celebrated winning a city councillor seat at home with family and friends. Holyday discussed the work that went into his campaign and how it feels to be elected with Skedline reporter Kyle Wyskiel.       Read more
Humber grad in Mississauga mayoral race
Scott E.W. Chapman may be young, but he is not inexperienced.  With little political background, Chapman says he still has a lot to offer as a mayoral candidate for the Mississauga election.  As a recent graduate from Humber College, he understands student debt and the fight to finding a... Read more
Hamilton’s first electronic music festival
Hamilton hosted its first electronic music festival in Gage Park called the Eighth Day. Joshua Moran, a graduate of Berklee Music School, created the event to bring together those who have a love for electronic dance music. There were twelve performances and two stages. Hometown DJ’s and artists supported... Read more
Making friends with furry faces
Humber Student Federation welcomed new and returning students with animals most of them hadn’t seen. Students stood in line to have a lemur, who goes by the name King Julien, sit on their shoulder as a kangaroo hopped around freely. Tropical birds perched on fingers and a slow moving... Read more