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.”
There’s a reason the Humber alum is widely regarded as one of the best drummers in the world.
The sound of Bach’s D minor Solo Violin Partita filled the Humber Arboretum last week as Liberal Studies Professor Mark Whale played for an enthusiastic audience at the North campus Centre for Urban Ecology.
The original era of chokers, boy bands and tacky flavoured lip gloss, Life Underground is a fun and whimsical who-done-it play with a killer soundtrack.
By: David Tuchman The Toronto Maple Leafs are playing really well. Maybe too well. In the past two games the Leafs continuously battled back from two goal deficits and gave the Washington Capitals, the best team in the league, to have fits. Heck, the Leafs even won one of those games. The series is now…
By: Ruth Escarlan As a common courtesy, asking someone how they’re doing is a form of greeting or a way to socialize. But how often do we ask people how they’re doing, and more often than not, they say they’re fine even if they’re not. If a person is not more than an acquaintance, the…