Annex is student friendly for commuters

Fourth-year University of Toronto student Karl Valdez is living in Keswick with his family but not because he loves the commute.

“The cost of rent is the only downside of the Annex,” says Valdez who shared a two bedroom apartment on Spadina Ave. with three friends up until last September.

Valdez traded in his rent money for a used Honda Civic and a 75 kilometer drive to and from school.

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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

Selfie became the Oxford Dictionary word of the year in 2013. Today on a campus full of art students and critics alike, the word is explored in an art show by OCAD U students.

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Emergency call boxes at Humber Lakeshore out of service

The emergency call boxes on the Humber Lakeshore campus have been out of service all winter long due to a fault in the phone line. As a result the emergency boxes running along the path from A building to L building have been covered in garbage bags.

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Architecture students vie for kiosk design

Eighteen student groups from Ryerson University’s architecture program participated in a design competition for Artscape Wychwood Barns’.

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Humber Students’ HSF awareness
The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) holds its annual elections in less than a month. Skedline reporter Ore Akinkugne asks  Lakeshore Campus students about their knowledge of the student government.  Camera work by Skedline reporter Kezia Hinds.   Read more
Dickens ghost tour fascinates Humber students

Students learned that ghosts, electroshock therapy, and lobotomies are all a part of the dark past of Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus while on the Dickens Christmas and Historic Ghost Tour Monday.

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Fort York Tribute Intimate and Small
Seventh and eighth graders from Holy Family Elementary left their history classroom to visit Fort York on Monday. Pam Demmings, a teacher at Holy Family, says the intimate setting of Fort York is perfect setting for the day. Read more
Teach 2 Learn is a three-year program that helps Hispanic teenagers and their parents navigate and understand the Ontario education system, guiding Hispanic youths to university or college education. On October 21, Teach to Learn entered a new phase, increasing the support for parents new to the country and... Read more