Christy Farr Lakeshore/Orangeville/Carrier Drive Reporter Barley Vine Rail Co., a bistro in Orangeville owned by Humber’s Hospitality and Tourism graduate Ryan Latorre, was featured Feb. 20 on the Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here! But while the restaurant’s menu features locally produced organic foods and has a balance of both rich and healthier dishes,…
Canada is now part of a handful of countries that allow for physician-assisted dying. The others are Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland. It is also legal in five U.S. states: Oregon, New Mexico, Vermont, Washington and Montana.
Humber’s Health and Fitness program coordinator, Nathan Campbell, said “The media focuses on these unhealthy foods because of the trend of an unhealthy lifestyle, obesity and diabetes being a problem, all preventable, but we still have these kinds of foods that people keep coming back to.”
And now the Humber women’s basketball team is aiming to be the best in the province.
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.
The Humber video game room is a great place to blow off steam. Humber etc. took a deeper look at the people behind one of the most popular sights on campus.
Fans celebrated with author of new book The Evening Chorus.
Some students see reading week as an opportunity to catch up on homework, an excuse to go on vacation, or a chance to spend time with friends.