About 32 per cent of the generation born after the early 1980s believe they will have enough savings when they retire, despite placing retirement savings near the bottom of their priorities.
Elliot Williams Humber News Despite weeks of campaigning and exposure – and in the wake of a $400,000 rebranding effort — IGNITE’s 2017 election had only 55 more student votes compared to last year. Walls, pillars and populated student areas were covered with posters of candidates running in the election a smaller portion of eligible…
He didn’t think his turban would be a hurdle in his election to the Board of Directors of IGNITE and it wasn’t.
Actually, it got him the highest number of votes.
Navdeep Singh was elected as one of four directors after Humber student organization IGNITE’s election results were declared on last Friday.
Steph Guthrie, a feminist advocate, organizer and analyst, joined Humber North campus in a talk to discuss and challenge the notions of online bullying and its repercussions.
Maja Jocson is elected to be the new President of IGNITE, beating her closest opponent, Lance Constantine, by 379 votes.
Humber’s recently-formed Jewish club opened its North campus door on Monday to Gershon Willinger, a Holocaust survivor, to relate his experiences to students.
A Humber College professor has been released on bail after police arrested him Monday on charges related to child pornography.
Junisha Dama Arts and Entertainment Reporter Filmmaking is a passion for Ivan Ramin Radnik, the Humber graduate recognized by Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival for his film The Land of Nod. “The film took that darkness that was forming up inside of me and brought it out. So in a way, filmmaking is like therapy…