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
Students and faculty offer tips for managing your mental health and well-being during finals week
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
Humber’s new childcare program responds to staff shortage in Peel Region
Humber is launching a new Early Child Education diploma program (ECE) in collaboration with Peel Region. It will start in January 2024 and will run for 4 semesters, until April 2025. Though the college already has a similar program, this one aims to provide accessible learning for Peel residents... 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
Metroland downfall further threatens future of local reporting

About 600 employees of the Toronto Star-owned chain of community newspapers are being cut.

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Ontario’s minimum wage went up — but it’s still not enough, workers say
Ontario’s increase to the minimum wage from $15.50 to $16.55 went into effect last month. The 6.8 per cent increase was meant to help people in the face of high inflation and cost of living. But college students, many of whom work minimum wage jobs, are saying this isn’t... Read more
Construction of Humber’s new cultural hub seeks to make space for the arts

The construction of Humber’s Cultural Hub started early in the pandemic time and it’s still ongoing. However, students still don’t know much about it: when it’s going to be finished? Who funds it and what are they building, anyway? Find out all of these in our newest article!

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“It makes you feel more empowered to do something”: Influencer Liza Koshy visits Humber

The impact Liza Koshy has on our generation

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Wellness Centre considering requests from students to provide COVID vaccine

The Wellness Centre is considering adding Covid-19 booster shot to their lists of available vaccinations for the Humber population.

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Humber’s Sustainability Trail highlights green initiatives, but some say it’s not enough

Recently, Humber presented a new sustainability initiative. How effective has this project been so far? Find out in our newest article!

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