Chess gets on board for more students 
at Lakeshore campus
Humber’s chess club has been in check since its launch last year. The club has officially made it into an extracurricular activity for students to join at the Lakeshore campus. Club president, Evan Stathopoulos, says he was inspired to start a chess club from a school he previously attended.... Read more
Hispano Club at Lakeshore could help create community, Humber student says
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the cultural success and contributions of Latin Americans within North America. Humber-Lakeshore students of Hispanic heritage have no club on campus to commemorate and celebrate this important time for them. The lack of Hispanic culture and heritage representation within the Humber community has left... Read more
LGBTQ+ resource centre hosts therapeutic QRAFTY events for Humber
Humber’s LGBTQ+ resource centre hosts events throughout the year to create a safe space for students of the community to come together in a fun and creative way. These events help students to make friends, be themselves and have fun while promoting inclusivity and shedding light on the talents... Read more
Providing safe spaces for Humber College’s 2SLGBTQIA+ community
After a nationwide anti-LGBTQ+ walk on September 20, students and community members have been feeling uneasy. Humber College is reminding students about the safe space offered by their LGBTQ+ Resource Centre. The walk that took place was led by far-right, conservative and anti-trans groups against teaching 2SLGBTQIA+ content in... Read more
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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Is the “influencer industry” at a turning point with Gen Z?

In a new Skedline podcast, young people say they increasingly aren’t influenced by influencers

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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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Travel ideas for college students feeling budget squeeze
College students have an array of expenses they have to pay throughout the school year that limit their ability to engage in recreational travel. Tuition, rent, transit, and food costs add up, leaving little to no room for vacations, activities, or social life in their budget. Skedline reporters conducted... Read more
Toronto chosen to host A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film
Lighthouse Immersive in downtown Toronto housed a red carpet event hosted by Malarr Entertainment on Monday, Nov. 14 for two-time Oscar and Grammy-winner A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film Le Musk. Le Musk, meaning ‘the scent,’ is a 37-minute virtual reality short film about a young woman named Juliet... Read more
The error of true crime
The public’s appetite for true crime has grown over recent years. Whether the story was delivered on a podcast, docuseries or movie, audiences will flock to listen to podcasts or watch films and TV shows about real-life cases murders, kidnappings, assaults, fraud and all the different variations of high-profile... Read more