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.
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.
When students began filtering into the lounge after the weekend, they were greeted by slick, modern armchairs rather than the familiar, old black couches.
Mike Downes’ fingers deftly fly around the fretboard as he performs the title track from his latest project Root Structure, his impassioned face wrenched in time with the groove being laid down by drummer Larnell Lewis.
The event invited Humber students who identify as black to connect with successful black professionals in fields such as engineering, dentistry, business, and psychology.
Humber College celebrated both students and faculty in the Seventh Semester at North campus on Monday as they hosted a groovy 1960’s themed night in honour of Humber’s 50th anniversary for the 33rd annual Student Appreciation Awards banquet.
Humber College’s Annual Walk it Out fashion show was showcased at downtown Toronto’s Palais Royale on Tuesday to much praise.