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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Latin Fall Fiesta to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month
The Latin Parade and Fall Fiesta took place at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto this past Sunday, Oct. 9. This was a great opportunity for Hispanics to get together, and enjoy their foods, crafts and music. This event takes place every year during the month of October and its mission... Read more
October is Hispanic Heritage Month in Canada
Fall festivities just started. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and later this month, Halloween. However, for many Canadian Hispanics, October means Hispanic Heritage Month, and this is a time for us to celebrate and be proud of the contribution many Hispanics have given. From Hispanic filmmakers, artists and... Read more
Nuit Blanche’s Etobicoke hub
will be Humber’s Lakeshore Campus
Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s nightlong celebration of contemporary art and culture, returns to in-person exhibitions on Oct. 1, and Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus is designated to be the event’s first-ever Etobicoke hub. This designation comes as city officials expand Nuit Blanche beyond Toronto’s downtown core and into the greater Toronto... Read more
Rahma Ali: The Modest Memoirs
Rahma Ali is an aspiring journalist who loves reporting interviewing feature writing and audio production. Throughout her years of study, she’s found a great love for reporting on social issues and injustice around the city as well as the world.  In her free time, you can catch Rahma with... Read more
Ria Paul: Let’s talk sex-positive feminism
Ria is an aspiring communications specialist who spends her free time experimenting with new recipes from her favourite cookbooks. She enjoys reading books on psychology, spirituality, and culture – and has taken on a challenge to read at least 10 books this year so she can initiate challenging conversations... Read more
Mixed race “Blindian” couples speak on the struggle to unite and fit in
By Saloni Bhugra Interracial couples and children talk to Skedline about how they are fighting racism, anti-blackness, colourism and stigma every day. Humber journalism student Cassondra Daley talks about her experience growing up as a Black and Indian person. Daley said it’s tough to fit in and “mixing” races... Read more
Humber students attend Toronto Light Festival
By Luka Tskhadaia Humber students join the celebration at the opening night of 2020 Toronto Light Festival on Friday, January 17. Taking place at The Distillery District, the 4th annual festival will run until March 1, 2020. The open-air exhibition presents installations by a variety of not only Canadian... Read more
Etobicoke culture on display at art exhibit
By Joey Chini, Liam Harrington and Justin Field Skedline.com Skedline reporter Liam Harrington gives a look inside the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery.   Read more
Art by the Beaches
Below is a photo gallery of the art installations at the Winter Stations Design Competition at Woodbine Beach in Toronto. This is the third year for the competition which allows everyone and anyone to be a part of it as long as the deadlines and rules are met. The... Read more