Humber First Year Experience hosts Alumni Networking Event
The First Year Experience (FYE) program at Humber College hosted an alumni networking event at the Lakeshore Campus on Friday, Nov. 24, providing current Humber students with the opportunity to learn from accomplished graduates. The event took place in the G building and featured distinguished Humber alumni who have... Read more
Humber’s Athletic and Recreation Program seeks to offer students a fun escape
Humber Lakeshore’s Athletic and Recreation Program offers an opportunity to unwind and stay active through its drop-in sports initiative. The program, held at the end of each day, in the main gymnasium features a variety of sports such as badminton, basketball, volleyball and more. Students with a valid ID... Read more
The Hummm: Episode 2
Sports – beyond the competition
Welcome to another episode of The HUMMM, brought to you by the talented minds of Humber College’s Bachelor of Journalism program. In this segment, we dive headfirst into the dynamic world of sports, unraveling the ways it influences the personal lives of athletes and their families. Join us as... Read more
Humber students stage walkout after student pulled from class
A small number of students rallied at Lakeshore campus last Tuesday against the conflict between Israel and Palestine, and the actions Humber took against a student who spoke out against the conflict by putting up stickers. Participants, some waving Palestinian flags and the keffiyeh — the Palestinian scarf that... Read more
At just 18 years old, Shade Hansen, softball team pitcher for the Humber Hawks is setting her sights on breaking the all-time strikeout record in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA). Hansen has already made a name for herself in a historic way in just her first season at... Read more
Bill-C 18 and it’s impact on student journalists

The ban on news on social media is making it difficult for student journalists.

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Humber College Lakeshore will be Nuit Blanche’s Etobicoke hub this weekend

The highly anticipated Nuit Blanche is coming back to Toronto and Humber College’s Lakeshore campus will be part of their Etobicoke hub for the second year in a row.

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Gen Z and child-free? Trends suggest some young people could be opting out of procreation

Economic uncertainty and social changes have some people questioning whether they will ever become parents

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Swiping for love: Finding love in today’s world of dating apps

The ups and downs (and lefts and rights) of swiping on apps to find love and lasting relationships

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