Next summer’s Pan American/Parapan Games are on track to offer unique experiences for the Humber College community.
Humber College’s North and Lakeshore campuses host Humber Students’ Federation events at least twice a week but the size and location of Orangeville campus can make it difficult to keep up.
A recent investigation of truck driver education practices in Ontario has resulted in increased scrutiny of some program operators and could lead to major changes in the industry.
Humber Hawks men’s soccer team defeated Cambrian College 3-0 securing their spot in an OCAA semi-final match.
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.
Hot Pop Factory owners Matt Compeau and Bi-Ying Miao apply their knowledge of digital manufacturing with artistic license.
Humber’s School of Liberal Arts and Sciences is holding a conference Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 at Toronto’s International Festival of Authors which is celebrating 35 years of bringing authors to their readers.
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has publicly declared that Canada should legalize marijuana possession and use.