A bit of wisdom about knowing limits while drinking was offered last Tuesday by Humber post-graduate Public Relations students at their biannual Alcohol Awareness event.
For the first time in the program’s 50-year history, students are putting on not one but two of their annual Student Thesis shows.
The evening was filled with drama, romance, humor, action and documentaries as the students featured various genres through their films.
The unique experience the drink promises has enticed people so much that they avoid the fact that it contains a whopping 35 grams of sugar, comparable to three Snickers bars.
The diminishing number of Toronto music venues appeared to receive a saving call in November 2016 when city councilors Josh Cole and John Fillion filed a motion asking encouragement to open more live venues and preserve the ones that exist.
A pair of ducks has taken up residence in the pond next to the Centre for Urban Ecology in the Humber Arboretum a few weeks ago.
“Quality versus quantity is important,” said Humber graduate of Fashion Arts Morris Watson. “Buying fewer, high quality items is much more sustainable, plus higher quality clothing lasts longer.”
“It’s still an expensive operation,” said Humber chef and alum Robb Kerr. “But it’s less than say, running your own restaurant.”