Humber grad in Mississauga mayoral race
Scott E.W. Chapman may be young, but he is not inexperienced.  With little political background, Chapman says he still has a lot to offer as a mayoral candidate for the Mississauga election.  As a recent graduate from Humber College, he understands student debt and the fight to finding a... Read more
SkedLive September 29, 2015

Third year journalism degree students put together a newscast.

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Culture Days takes over Lakeshore Campus
This weekend was home to Culture days at Humber’s Lakeshore Campus where an array of events took place including: The Beatles tribute band Day Tripper, yoga in the park and cupcake decorating. Kyle Wyskiel reports. Read more
Humber College and Lakeshore Arts are teaming up for the third time to host the annual Culture Days, a three-day event featuring over 50 free interactive activities and events. Skedline reporters, Sara Miller and Sohini Mondal cover Saturday’s events which include The Wishing Well exhibit, The Aboriginal Community Celebration... Read more
Bringing fair trade to Humber
Fair Trade week is here at Humber College, but will it catch on with students? Sponsored by the the Humber Public Interest Research Group (HumPIRG) the event aims to persuade the Humber administration through the student body to adopt a fair trade policy for businesses on campus. Supporters of... Read more
Humber hosts weekend arts festival
Humber College and Lakeshore Arts are teaming up for the third time to host the annual Culture Days, a three-day event featuring over 50 free interactive activities and events. The Culture Days event will take place from Friday, Sept. 26 to Sunday, Sept 28 and will run along Lakeshore Boulevard from... Read more
Canada drags its feet on a national suicide prevention strategy
In the time that it takes a person to change and upload their Facebook profile photo, another person has taken their life. According to the new report: Prevent Suicide – A Global Imperative, released by the World Health Organization, an estimated 800,000 people globally die by suicide. “This report... Read more
Making friends with furry faces
Humber Student Federation welcomed new and returning students with animals most of them hadn’t seen. Students stood in line to have a lemur, who goes by the name King Julien, sit on their shoulder as a kangaroo hopped around freely. Tropical birds perched on fingers and a slow moving... Read more