Toronto actress hopeful magic will return
to the arts as COVID recovery begins
Performance art theatre, festivals, and many local artists have been hit hard by the pandemic. Sharon Heldt, an actress with 34 years of experience, shares how the pandemic has affected her career and the arts community. Heldt talks about the struggles she faced as a teacher in Acting Out!... Read more
Community to pay tribute at Cenotaph near Humber Lakeshore campus
The Humber Lakeshore community will gather at a new cenotaph in Colonel Samuel Smith Park this Remembrance Day to honour the fallen. The cenotaph is a recent addition to the grounds of Colonel Samuel Smith Park as it was moved from Eighth Street in the Long Branch neighbourhood last... Read more
Skedline News Live – March 12 (with Clement Goh)
Clement Goh delivers a variety of updates from the world, and around your local community in Toronto! Read more – IGNITE’s 2019 Election ends with brief unveiling at Lakeshore
This year’s IGNITE’s student elections wrapped up with a press conference at Lakeshore campus, revealing its newly-elected members across Humber College. Skedline reporter Clement Goh speaks to new and familiar faces preparing to assume responsibilities next semester. Read more
Hawks take flight into Red Deer for nationals
By: Giovanni Siciliano Red Deer, Alberta isn’t just home to places like Sylvan Lake and the Canyon Ski Resort. It is home to the 2019 Canada Games but more importantly, the CCAA men’s volleyball national championship as well. The Humber Hawks will be heading out to Red Deer next... Read more
Hawks men’s volleyball have their eyes on the prize
By: Giovanni Siciliano The Humber men’s volleyball team are off to the 2019 OCAA Provincial Championships. The playoff championship tournament will be hosted by Humber at the college’s North Campus from February 21-23 in Toronto. Humber hasn’t won an OCAA championship since the 2011-2012 season. They also went on to... Read more
Weather wrecks havoc with  TTC this week
By Ryan Hanna for The Toronto Transit Commission is having a tough week with this winter’s stormy weather.  Line 3 was replaced by shuttle buses on Tuesday and express buses were running as local ones. There are 50 shuttle buses running on the 501 Queen Route and other... Read more
Stanley Cup Championship Rings stolen from Etobicoke Home
CTV NEWS (TORONTO): Toronto police are searching for the culprits who stole two Stanley Cup commemorative rings belonging to a former Pittsburg Penguins defenceman and his wife. Police say the two 2017 Penguins Stanley Cup Rings were taken during a break-and-enter at an Etobicoke home near The East Mall... Read more
Hawks men’s volleyball team soars in standings
By Giovanni Siciliano The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team has been on an absolute tear this year. The players are using this week to rest, focus and prepare for when they get back in action this weekend. The Hawks are currently tied at the top of the West... Read more
High-flying Hawks

High-flying Hawks

Sports Jan 17, 2019

By: Giovanni Siciliano The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team took down the Redeemer Royals last night 3-1 in what was a crucial West Division match-up. Humber lost the first set 23-25, but didn’t look back after that. They went on to win the next 3 sets 25-19, 27-25, and... Read more