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The Hawks take on the red-hot Mohawk Mountaineers at home on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Being a part of the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am games is the last place second-year Humber College Recreation and Leisure student Andrew Tucker saw himself a few years ago.
Humber athletes aren’t only scoring on the court and field, but also in community programs through the Hawks Have Heart initiative.
“Student athlete” is a single phrase which sometimes hides how different the two words are and how difficult it is for them to coexist.
New bioscience, pharmacy, funeral services and anatomy labs are now operational and play a significant part in students’ curriculums.
The Beedawbun Art Exhibition, which opened at the North campus LRC Nov. 24, comes as the federal government has promised to look into the missing First Nations women and help lift reservations and indigenous populations out of poverty.
The event offered students many activities to help de-stress and relax for the afternoon. Students could get a massage, paint, sample some David’s Tea and even petting a therapy dog.