Around the corner, down the street or half way around the world, a reality exists that could be stranger than fiction or appeal to our sense of humanity.
For indie punk band Clairvoyant, consisting of three Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students, band merchandise not only provides revenue but helps cultivate a visual identity.
Julian Knowles, creator, performer and also a professor at Macquarie University in Australia, came to Humber Lakeshore campus on Thursday to discuss changes in digital media and their impact on the media industry.
Award-winning film produced and directed by a Humber instructor enjoyed its premiere at the Bell Lightbox on Saturday.
Snoop Dogg’s remix of a song by former Humber students BadBadNotGood has sparked political controversy and drawn the fire of U.S. President Donald Trump and Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
Maurie Sherman, producer of Kiss 92.5 FM’s The Roz and Mocha Show, had a star-studded audience laughing as he gave thanks after being inducted into Radio Humber’s Hall of Fame.
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…