Is art a crime?
Art has always been able to move people in certain ways, whether for better or worse. When vandalism is paired with litter, broken windows, and other signs of disobedience, it influences people to act out. According to Live Science, graffiti causes people to litter and stealing in neighborhoods. The... Read more
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Toronto Comicon
Pirating students keep afloat despite the sinking of the Pirate Bay
Alexander, a student at Humber College, is one of many post secondary students who turn to illegal means to get required textbooks. “There were books that cost over $200 for only one semester and didn’t provide enough information to warrant keeping a hard copy.” He regularly turned to The... Read more
La Poutine week
International Education Week
Humber College celebrates International Education Week with food, music and games in the Lakeshore Commons Building today. This year featured countries include Italy, Nigeria, Japan and England. International students at Humber volunteered to distribute food and teach others about the country, even if they’re not from that country themselves.... Read more
Voter apathy

Voter apathy

Archive 2014 Oct 24, 2014

Lighting up literature
The Literary Press Group has launched All Lit Up to promote Canadian independent literature. The site provides consumers with a selection of over 4000 books from 43 publishers. It also provides behind the scene content about books, authors, and publishers, as well as blog posts about indie books, publishing, and events. All... Read more
Massey Hall concert honours Walk of Famers
Skedline reporter Sabrina Biot covered the Canada Walk of Fame festival at Massey Hall. The festival consists of Canadian musicians performing at Massey Hall over a course of three days from September 18th to September 20th. Inductees for this year are Rachel McAdams, Jeff Healey, The Band, Louise Arbour,... Read more