Emma Harris: The Evolution of Anxiety
Emma Harris is an aspiring journalist with a love for feature writing. Emma has worked as a freelance intern in her home country, Trinidad and Tobago where she learned to love writing about culture and different people. Through her studies at Humber College, she was able to hone her... Read more
Luka Tskhadaia: Hollywood’s impact on post-Soviet audiences’ understanding of mental illness
Luka is an aspiring international student graduating from Humber’s School of Media & Creative Arts. He has always been most fascinated and interested in two things — arts and people. While brainstorming about his final thesis project’s topic, Luka decided to join his two passions, film and psychology, and see what were... Read more
Three hostages and gunman dead after eight-hour standoff
After an eight-hour standoff with police in California, three female hostages and a gunman are dead; two employees and one clinical psychologist. Albert Wong, a 36-year-old army veteran attacked three workers from The Pathway Home in Napa Valley. California police confirmed Wong snuck into the home on Friday. He took three women... Read more
Breaking the Silence with Bell Let’s Talk Day
Mental illness, also known as psychiatric disorders, affect many people. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, One in three Canadians will experience a mental illness or substance use disorder in their lifetime; More than ten Canadians die by suicide each day; Suicide rates among Indigenous youth are among... Read more