Humber’s First Year Experience invited North and Guelph-Humber students to their Short Film Festival on Wednesday.
Ieva Lucs A&E Reporter In 2007 Kerry Clare, newly graduated from University of Toronto with a Masters degree in creative writing, was trying to get a manuscript published. It was a novel written in the hopes that it would launch her literary career in Canada. But no one wanted it and, upon reflection, Clare admits…
Toronto Comedy Sketch Festival is key among the forums that have highlighted success stories from Humber’s Comedy Writing and Performance program.
This semester, the graduating Theatre Performance and Theatre Production classes teamed up to present their production of To Ithaca: All that it was, is and will be.
Neha Lobana Life Editor Jordan Horowitz is not a hero, despite what happened at the Oscars. The 89th Academy Awards ceremony took place on Feb. 26 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and as usual it was filled with glitz and glam as the who’s who of Hollywood were all gathered together for one night.…
When he’s not on stage wowing crowds with daring saxophone solos, or working on a new composition, you can find Shirantha Beddage in a Humber College classroom working with his students.
Juno Award nominees were announced on Feb. 7, and Humber’s music program was well represented, with two current Humber faculty members and two alumni being nominated for Canada’s leading annual music prize.
Brandi Disterheft’s latest album Blue Canvas has earned the young bassist her third Juno nomination.