A look inside the President’s Lecture series
Humber’s President’s Lecture Series (PLS) chronicles the minds, work and ideas of doctors, lawyers, and those who have spent their lives dedicated to a particular field. Six times a year, students are invited to listen and engage with guest speakers who are well versed in a variety of topics.... Read more
Measles outbreaks on the homefront and abroad
By Liam Harrington   According to the World Health Organization, around 110,000 people worldwide died from the vaccine-preventable disease of measles, in 2017. The resurgence of this communicable disease has only become worse since then.   Right now, here in Canada, 17 cases of measles have been discovered in British... Read more
Flood outlook in effect for Toronto
The Toronto and Region Conservatory Authority warns Toronto of potential flooding and hazardous conditions as double digit temperatures and steady rainfall are set for today. Environment Canada predicts 15 to 20 millimeters of rain will fall on the city with temperatures spiking as high as 12 degrees. The TRCA... Read more
Parents rally at Queen’s Park against provincial government changes to autism funding
Reporters Natalia Yurieva and Makayla Pereira were at Queen’s Park to cover a protest against the provincial government’s changes to autism funding. Read more
Ontario government set to announce cell phone ban in classrooms
The Canadian Press reports Ontario will be banning cellphones in classrooms. Starting September, students will be expected to keep phones away during instructional times. The ban is expected to be made official, as part of a promise made by the Progressive Conservatives over their election campaign in 2018. CP... Read more
Humber Hawks set golden hopes on Red Deer
    By: Giovanni Siciliano Red Deer, Alberta is hosting the CCAA National Men’s Volleyball Championship this year, which began yesterday. The three-day event kicked off with participating teams arriving in Red Deer all afternoon to unpack and inhabit the Holiday Inn Red Deer South.   Most of the schools,... Read more
Live art event at Lakeshore preps students for show
A live art event in Lakeshore Campus’ L building today aims to engage students and inspire creativity ahead of the 33rd annual Humber Art Show on April 1. We talked to organizers and participants in the live event to find out what it’s all about.     Art for... Read more
Humber implementing fall reading week beginning in 2019
By Michael Ranger   Any Humber students who have found the fall semesters too stressful will be find some relief starting next year. Humber College officially informed students about a modification to the academic calendar this week. The college will include a week off during the fall semester starting... Read more
Feeling SAD in winter
Article by Joey Chini and Brandon Burnett The weather has as big an impact on mental health as it does on the roads. Approximately 1 in 8 adults experience the symptoms of a mood disorder at least once in their lifetime. After a week of relatively warm February weather,... Read more
Humber College hosts an event for students to find their blood type
Skedline reporter Fatima Baig and videographer Naila Tahir report on a Humber College event where students can find out their blood type. The purpose of this event is to encourage students to donate blood on March 21 at Lakeshore campus. Read more