By Jacob Brooks Given the difficult times, it is no surprise that the vast amount of people stuck at home have turned to online streaming services to keep their spirits up. Services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu have seen massive upticks in traffic as a result of the quarantine.... Read more
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in the GTA this week for a press conference and photo-op. The Prime Minister made an appearance at a branch of the Boys and Girls Club in Scarborough on Thursday morning, March 5, to answer questions on a number of current issues. The most... Read more
The collective voice of Canadian youth: their fears, hopes, and dreams about the upcoming 2019 federal election.
A unified basketball tournament where people with and without intellectual disabilities play together was held on Saturday, Dec. 2, at the North Campus gymnasium.
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
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
Humber College held an Equity Workshop to educate students on the importance of diversity and inclusion on Nov. 27. Skedline’s Dani Monterroso and Aswin Nair report. Read more
Play is for people of all ages and includes anything from participating in outdoor activities and sports, doing arts and crafts, to playing board games. Skedline’s Aswin Nair and Dani Monterroso reports on where some Humber students are going to find their playful side. Read more
Every semester, select students from Humber College embark on an experience that requires them to move out of their comfort zone and go study in a completely different country. This is their semester abroad experience. While the students are preparing to move to their destinations for Winter 2024, The... Read more
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
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
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
Finals can be incredibly stressful and nerve-wracking. For tips, Humber spoke to students Alyssa Tamang and Jacob Versace who share their perspective on how to manage your workload during this busy time. Skedline also spoke to Humber’s program coordinator for Mental Health and Addictions, who gave us insight into... Read more