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.
Rob Kilfoyle, director of Public Safety, said when legalization does happen, there might be a perception among students that it’s allowed on campus.
“INFUSE is more of an ‘everything’ magazine,” Arianna Popat, the editor-in-chief of INFUSE said. “We do lifestyle, we do fashion, and we do everything.”
A high kick makes contact with a sparring partner. It’s an emphatic statement about what women have to do sometimes to protect themselves.
Retired Mountie Glenn Hanna can still vividly describe the pants on one of the first dead bodies he came across while on duty.
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.
There are roughly 3,500 kilometres between Humber College’s North campus and the spring training complex for the Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks. George Halim has joyfully travelled each kilometre
Humber College North campus held its second annual Around the World Diversity event on Tuesday, providing a variety of activities, performances and foods from several continents