Malcolm Campbell News Reporter Beer and wine will be easier to get soon, according to multiple reports over the past week. Kathleen Wynne’s provincial government recently released a plan to allow grocery stores to sell beer and wine. Reports suggest there are a number of variations to the plan are on the table, including the…
Humber students are counting down the days to summer break. Some are heading back to their hometowns, some are travelling the globe and some are taking jobs outside the city.
Cynthia Petersen said Humber’s staff members have a responsibility to prevent anti-trans harassment and discrimination on campus.
Humber women’s indoor soccer got stung at the OCAA Regional Championships this weekend in Hamilton, failing to make it past the group stage and into the medal games.
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 characters of Mad Men might be meeting their end on TV screens this year, but new creative advertising is being born at Humber’s Ad Centre. The Ad Centre is a virtual advertising agency that allows Media Study students from different programs to take on real clients. “Students get actual experience working with a client,…
It’s going to take more than a ban on super thin models to improve the fashion industry’s standard of beauty, according to Humber Fashion students.
Arts and Entertainment reporter, Comfort Obeng, shares a recipe of one of her favourite healthy meals.