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
Jason Spencer: An exploration of AI tools and automated content in Canadian journalism
Jason Spencer is a graduate of the Bachelor of Journalism program at Humber College in Toronto. Before returning to school to upgrade his journalism diploma to a degree in fall 2021, he was a reporter at his hometown paper, the Mississauga News, from 2012-17. He also completed academic internships at the... 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
Facebook to invest $1B in news industry after standoff with Australian government

The tech giant commits to a 10-figure investment into the news industry

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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
Skedline Sports 106th Grey Cup Preview Special
Skedline reporter’s Giovanni Siciliano & Alex Figliomeni are here to bring you a preview special for the 106th Grey Cup in Edmonton on November 25. Read more
Men’s Soccer Coach felt the 2018 season could be another championship title run… He was right
By Alex Figliomeni Before the season began, Ricardo Fonseca, the men’s assistant soccer coach, had a good feeling about the 2018 season. Fonseca felt they could accomplish something special this year…. he was right. They would go on to win not only their conference title but also the national... Read more
Skedline News – November 13
Vanessa Gomez of Skedline brings you the top news stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Sports News – November 13
Liam Harrington of Skedline brings you the top sports stories for November 13. Read more
Gold is a Beautiful Thing — Humber Hawks are National Champions after a thrilling weekend.
By Alex Figliomeni The Humber Hawks came home with gold around their necks. The Men’s soccer team captured the 2018 national championship this past weekend, winning the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) tournament. It’s the highest tournament and honors the Humber team can achieve. The CCAA tournament ran... Read more