Protest without pickets: Student guide to slacktivism
By Breanne Coulter, for Skedline.com   Students in the Greater Toronto Area are gathering at Queen’s Park, today, Friday to protest the provincial government’s changes to financial assistance. Many students may not be able to participate in the weekday protest to exercise their democratic right either because of class... Read more
Toronto Maple Leafs break two-game losing streak
REUTERS (FIELD LEVEL MEDIA): Nazem Kadri posted a hat trick plus an assist as the host Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Washington 6-3 on Wednesday night, handing the defending Stanley Cup champion Capitals a seventh consecutive loss. Kadri scored once in the first period and added two more in the... Read more
Record setting 13th straight for hawks coach Samson Downey
By Alex Figliomeni Skedline.com  Coach Samson Downey is in the record books. The Humber Hawks men’s basketball coach Samson Downey has become the first head coach in program history to win 13 straight to start his career. Hawks beat Fanshawe Falcons 82-70 this past Sunday, they used a 51-point... Read more
Buzz about BuzzFeed cuts
“Difficult Changes” is the title of the memo BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti sent to staff, confirming that cuts to 15 percent of employees will take place. The memo was sent to staff on Wednesday after rumors of layoffs began circulating the day before. The cuts, which are expected to... Read more
Shana King’s got the career you want
First in a series on Humber alumni By Sierra Guido for Skedline.com Humber College Alumni lands dream job in the fashion and cosmetic industry but not without rigorous hours of hard work and dedication. Shana King, now vice-president of business development and retail strategy for HauteHouse Brands LLC, based in... Read more
Food guide mooooves toward eliminating dairy
            Canada Food Guide (2019)                    Canada Food Guide (2007) Canada’s new food guide makes a bold move as it eliminates dairy food group. The new food guide was released Tuesday by Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor at a market... Read more
Sports – Jan. 23, 2019
Sports cast for Jan. 23, 2019 with host Tierney Angus. Read more
Humber College community looks to erase stigma around mental health
The Humber College community is looking to erase the stigma surrounding mental health by sparking conversations about the topic. “Just as you would go to the doctor for pain that you feel,  it’s really important to be able to share with someone your journey, to have somebody to support... Read more
The fight for gender equality continues in Doug Ford’s Ontario
Photo Courtesy: @deboinfluence on instagram Despite the freezing weather, hundreds of Torontonians attended the Women’s March this past Saturday. Many were there to challenge Ontario premier Doug Ford and his policies. The annual Women’s March took place at Nathan Phillips Square in Downtown Toronto. The international movement, which brought... Read more
Humber Hawks volleyball teams spike Conestoga Condors
Humber’s men’s and women’s volleyball teams continue to dominate as they extend their winning records following games against the Conestoga Condors on the weekend. The men’s team started the first set of the game rough, but came alive in the second to take it 25-23. The Hawks and Condors... Read more