Walmart joins Humber to help workers continue education
Humber College has announced a new partnership with Walmart Canada. Walmart Canada launched the AdvancED program to help its employees and their families pursue post-secondary education. The program unveiled on Feb. 26 ensures that Walmart employees pursuing post-secondary education are eligible to receive a $2,500 tuition reimbursement. With the new partnership, those... Read more
Skedline News March 4th
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RuPaul’s Drag Race reaches new Hytes
By Alex Arsenych-De Castro For the first time in RuPaul’s Drag Race herstory, one of the 15 competitors will represent the True North, Strong and Free. Canada, we’re about to get served — with some of our own Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent. Brooke Lynn Hytes, 32, hails from... Read more
Camila Ruiz Tacha: Has she got what it takes?
By Skedline Reporter Cassandra Turco The job description of IGNITE’s Board of Directors is to set organizational priorities and provide feedback to the organization based on ongoing consultations with the student body.  In other words, they speak for the students and try to promote and organize what the student... Read more
Humber women’s basketball team set for quarter-final game
The Humber Hawks women’s basketball team will play their quarter-final playoff game Thursday. The team will face off against the Durham Lords in Kingston. The Hawks have won six straight quarter-final games and are looking to defend that title. The Lords have won nine of their last ten games.... Read more
Newscast Wednesday, Feb. 27th 2019
Ryan Hanna brings today’s News headlines.     Read more
Sportscast Wednesday, Feb. 27th 2019
Sarah Larke brings you today’s sports headlines.   Read more
“You have to be patient”: starting a career after graduating
Joyneat Chahal, 23, and Kamalpreet Gill, 25, started a new jewelry business in Etobicoke this year. They named their business Lehaazz Designz. Chahal and Gill are high school friends who lost touch after graduating because they had different pathways. Chahal is a Humber Alumni who graduated from Humber’s paralegal... Read more
Keeping track of your mental health as you prepare for final exams
The end of the reading week is bringing deadlines for final projects closer and exam week is around the corner. Keeping track of their mental health and preparing both mentally and physically for the weeks ahead can help students succeed during this busy time of the semester. Managing stress... Read more
“Crazy Marxist nonsense”: IGNITE and Ford’s new financial plan
Breanne Coulter Updated: Feb. 28, 2019. The Globe and Mail reported that Ontario Premier Doug Ford accused Ontario student unions of “crazy Marxist nonsense” in a fundraising e-mail this week. This statement follows recent post-secondary funding changes which will give Ontario students the option to opt out of student... Read more