From left: Jahnelle Simpson, Santasia Barrett, Keysha Watson.  (Tyler Hehn)

BSA hosts open mic at Linx Lounge

A Black Students Association formed this year welcomed inclusivity during it’s first formal event at LinX where food, drink and fun were had.

President-Elect Donald Trump speaking at one of his rallies in Laconia, N.H on July 16, 2015                                                                       Michael Vadon/WikiMedia Commons)

Donald Trump wins US election in surprising victory

Jeremy Appel Contributing Reporter Donald Trump, the bombastic businessman who kicked off his presidential campaign by calling illegal Mexican immigrants “rapists” and drug dealers, has defeated former first lady, secretary of state and New York senator Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president of the United States. As results trickled in throughout the night, states


This past season, Humber Hawks women’s basketball  team medalled in national championships for the first time. - Jahnelle Simpson

Women’s basketball team celebrates record-breaking season

Jahnelle Simpson The Hawks women’s basketball team found ways to get better as a team — even with a perfect win-loss record — in order to excel in a male dominated sport. This year, the team was filled with more motivated players wanting nothing but to win and medal in nationals, said Humber head coach




Krista Foss essay extols carrying on past our pain

Hamilton author Krista Foss took a fall off her bike while her daughter was in the back seat.
She saw life lessons in the fall and pulled herself together, in part by explaining what she felt was a humiliating tumble, in her essay Falling; Fallen. It was selected to be included in the 2016-2017 edition of the Best Canadian Essays anthology.


Good2Talk helpline for students shows letting it out reduces stress

From living away from home for the first time to overwhelming schedules, college and university can be stressful, but Good2Talk is there for students no matter what struggles they’re facing.
Good2Talk is a free, confidential helpline for post-secondary students. funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’. Callers are provided with professional counselling and referrals for mental health issues and addictions.