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
NeedorGreed Protest
NeedorGreed organized a protest in Queen’s Park on Nov. 17, 2022, for a freeze of tuition fees for international students. International students provide 68 per cent of tuition revenue which accumulated to be $1.7 billion last year which was more than colleges received in provincial grants. This event was... Read more
Humber one of 76 schools to receive NSERC grant
Humber College has just received almost $3.5-million in funding for three initiatives which will support industry partners and provide healthcare services from COVID-19 effects. The grant for Humber total is $3.25-million and will be dispersed over a five-year span. The funds will go towards health, economic and environmental impacts... 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
Toronto reacts to Mahsa Amini’s death
Mahsa (Jina) Amini was murdered by police for wearing her hijab ‘incorrectly’ on Sept. 16 in Tehran, Iran. “Jina’s body is a living wound of entangled discriminations, a wound on my body, on ours. An open wound on the body of the street,” Feminists for Jina said. The murder... Read more
Humber student athlete Aidan Murphy on pitching no-hitter
When Aidan Murphy took the mound on Sept. 11, 2022, it was his first time doing so in a game since 2018. What followed is something nobody could have expected. He threw the sixth no-hitter in Humber Baseball history. “Honestly when I went out for the first inning I... 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
IGNITE FROSH 2022: Not the most accessible night for everyone

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“It’s my way of paying it forward”: Former Humber Hawk prepares for 60 km charity run
After a five-year varsity sports career at Humber College, 2020 graduate Andrew Blakey is set to take on his biggest athletic challenge yet. The former Humber Hawks baseball and volleyball star is set to run from Kleinburg, a town just north of Toronto, to Barrie on November 6 in... Read more
One year later, effects of college strike still linger
The 2017/18 school year was hard. It was hard for students and it was hard for teachers. In October 2017, college teachers across the province voted to strike after five months of failed talks to renew their contracts with the College Employer Council (CEC.) What resulted was five weeks... Read more