LGBTQ+ resource centre hosts therapeutic QRAFTY events for Humber
Humber’s LGBTQ+ resource centre hosts events throughout the year to create a safe space for students of the community to come together in a fun and creative way. These events help students to make friends, be themselves and have fun while promoting inclusivity and shedding light on the talents... Read more
Providing safe spaces for Humber College’s 2SLGBTQIA+ community
After a nationwide anti-LGBTQ+ walk on September 20, students and community members have been feeling uneasy. Humber College is reminding students about the safe space offered by their LGBTQ+ Resource Centre. The walk that took place was led by far-right, conservative and anti-trans groups against teaching 2SLGBTQIA+ content in... Read more
IGNITE offers students gift cards for joining members meeting
Humber College’s student government, IGNITE, hosted their annual special meeting of the members virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 10 with all attendees auto-muted and not visible on screen. This meeting happens annually at the start of the fall semester to briefly introduce students to the newly elected board, present the... Read more
Journalism degree at Humber explores options during pause in admissions
The future of Humber College’s journalism degree program remains uncertain, as the college has yet to announce if admissions will re-open in fall 2024. The administration is currently re-evaluating the degree program after pausing admissions this year. A group of full-time journalism faculty from all three programs available at... Read more
Hundreds of international students at Humber College affected by backlogs at IRCC
While others attend orientation, move into their new homes, and take tours around their new campuses, thousands of international students are still at home waiting for answers about their study permits. This situation occurs due to the backlogs at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. According to IRCC, they were... 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
Journalists take united stand against online hate
Canadian journalists are coming together to take a stand against online hate and discrimination. On Oct. 5 the Canadian Association of Journalists released a statement on behalf of a large group of media companies to support journalists who have been targeted online. This statement was released in response to... Read more
High-flying Hawks baseball team set sights on OCAA title
Entering the 2021-22 school year as back-to-back Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) champions, the Humber Hawks men’s baseball team have high expectations again this season. Unable to play at all in the 2020-21 school year as COVID-19 restrictions cancelled OCAA competitions, the Hawks are back, and off to a... 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
Dropbike initiative pedals to a halt on Humber campus
By Raven Smith The Dropbike cycling pilot has left uncertainty with the College on its possible return since it launched last fall. “They haven’t been brought back this fall yet,” says Lindsay Walker, Manager for the Sustainability Office at Humber College. “It’s not because we don’t want them. It’s... Read more