Each ‘Red Flag’ one of the following themes: coercion, emotional abuse, sexual assault, victim-blaming, excessive jealousy, isolation, and stalking.
Strategies for employment for South Asian communities was the theme when Dr. Srimanta Mohanty visited Humber North campus last Friday.
Peer Assisted Learning Support (PALS) set up in LRC Resource Commons to bring awareness to their services, and provide students with delicious treats at the same time.
A reform made by the Ontario government in January is intended to make colleges and universities more affordable for mature students. The changes made will take effect for students applying to programs beginning in September 2017.
For non-native English speakers looking to improve their language skills, Humber offers conversation circles to encourage students in their everyday speech.
Approximately 200 Humber students grabbed their skis and snowboards and hit the slopes last Friday morning in a trip to Snow Valley, Barrie hosted by the college’s International Centre.
“It has been a difficult weekend for many people, and I would like to begin this week by affirming our commitment as a college to valuing diversity, inclusion and respect,” said Humber President and CEO Chris Whitaker in a statement posted in Chris’s Corner: The President’s Blog, last week.
Child care centres are short of funding from the City of Toronto, despite high demand for child care services from the community and even college students in particular.