With a little more than a week to go until election day, public opinion polls continue to show Olivia Chow in third place in the Toronto mayor’s race behind John Tory and Doug Ford. But as she tells Humber Et Cetera, she is going to stick with a positive, progressive message.
Michael Brown, recent graduate of the University of Guelph-Humber’s Media Studies program, was overwhelmed when he found out the school’s magazine Emerge was nominated for seven Pinnacle awards to be awarded in Philadelphia, Pa., at the at the National College Media Convention Oct. 29 to Nov. 2.
Ilin Haque rolled up her sleeve for the first time this year to give a pint of blood.
The first-year Accounting student expects to do it two more times in the near future. “If you’re healthy, why not do it? Giving back to the community is the least you can do,” Haque said while at the Humber North campus blood donor clinic.
After repeating their Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) West Division win, the Humber Hawks men’s soccer team is preparing to double up and become the OCAA provincial champions once again as well.
March 26 went down in history as a day that could change college athletics forever.
Humber athletes aren’t only scoring on the court and field, but also in community programs through the Hawks Have Heart initiative.
The Humber Hawks continued their varsity dominance this year, owning the podium in provincial and national competition.
Thinking small may get Humber grad Borys Chylinski the big prize.
The 2014 graduate of Humber’s Industrial Design program is waiting to hear if he qualifies for the final stage of the International James Dyson Award, named for the British inventor of cutting edge tools and appliances.
Humber College’s music duo Ash & Ember hope to earn a spot when CBC’s Rock Your Campus competition announces its top 10 finalists today.
Discussions about mental health among students within the school system have never been so robust.