Celebrating the Brazilian Carnival at Humber College Lakeshore
By Mariana Belham Humber held its first Brazilian Carnaval at the Lakeshore Welcome Centre on Feb. 20.  The carnival, a student initiative, was the idea of Market Management students Carolina Castro and Laura Prytoluk. They put it together in partnership with the First Year Experience (FYE) program at Humber.  ... Read more
Will the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal ruin baseball?
Baseball, a sport once known (and probably still seen as) “America’s favourite pastime,” has found itself in the crosshairs of yet another scandal.  In a groundbreaking report by The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich, the 2017 World Series-winning Houston Astros were accused of stealing other team’s signs. This... Read more
Etobicoke citizens on alert for Coronavirus
Coronavirus has been spreading rapidly throughout China. Nearly 450 people have been infected nationwide, with total deaths rising to at least 17, as the mystery disease continues to spread. Three possible cases of coronavirus were ruled out by Canada’s chief public health officer on Monday, Jan. 20. What unnerves... Read more
Humber students attend Toronto Light Festival
By Luka Tskhadaia Humber students join the celebration at the opening night of 2020 Toronto Light Festival on Friday, January 17. Taking place at The Distillery District, the 4th annual festival will run until March 1, 2020. The open-air exhibition presents installations by a variety of not only Canadian... Read more
Matthews’ second hat trick ends Leafs’ losing streak
Toronto Maple Leafs Auston Matthews scored three goals against the New Jersey Devils, leading the way to the team’s victory of 7-4 Tuesday night. Matthews’ hat trick was not only responsible for ending the team’s three-game losing streak, but it is a demonstration of the player’s talent, as this is his... Read more
Toronto Maple Leafs’ Hutch must ‘follow the puck’
After an 8-4 blowout loss to the surging Florida Panthers, the Toronto Maple Leafs are left to wonder about another underwhelming performance from their all-star netminder Frederik Andersen. Why? The simple answer is that the team cannot count on backup Michael Hutchinson to give Andersen a much-needed break. Fans... Read more
Man charged in Toronto feces attacks
A man has been charged in connection with three feces attacks in Toronto. Samuel Opoku, 23, was arrested Tuesday night. He is charged with five counts of assault with a weapon and five counts of mischief interfering with property.  Toronto Police say five people were attacked in three separate incidents... Read more
OPINION: Toronto Maple Leafs problems go further than Mike Babcock
Not too long ago, the Toronto Maple Leafs were the National Hockey League’s biggest joke. The Maple Leafs had only won 30 games in the 2014-15 season and morale was low since most players knew a rebuild was coming. The tank for Connor McDavid had been in full force... Read more
OPINION: Remember Cherry as a flamboyant symbol of Canada’s hockey culture
For many, Don Cherry will be remembered for his final words on-air. But for the “silent majority,” as Cherry calls them, he will be remembered for much more. His rants, his love of the armed forces, his fun times with former Leaf Dougie Gilmour, his admiration of Leaf enforcer... Read more