A bit of wisdom about knowing limits while drinking was offered last Tuesday by Humber post-graduate Public Relations students at their biannual Alcohol Awareness event.
Maja Jocson is elected to be the new President of IGNITE, beating her closest opponent, Lance Constantine, by 379 votes.
Humber Lakeshore’s new Welcome and Resource Centre reflects the history of the land it’s built on through its architecture and interior design.
The grounds Lakeshore campus was built on was significant for the Aboriginal people who lived there. Artefacts and paintings that represent their tribes are showcased in the new space.
Costumed Humber volunteers marched in the Etobicoke Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade last Saturday morning which was attended by about 60,000 people.
Humber Lakeshore’s G Building is intended to encourage entrepreneurial activities and support students in their early approach to entrepreneurship as a large part of the 2013-2018 strategic plan.
Humber’s Academic and Educational Technology Committee has continued expanding its teaching methods by introducing its new video streaming service, Ensemble.
Members of the Lakeshore community came to show their support during Culture Days, a free, three-day event to bolster awareness in the arts and cultural life of their communities.
The drums began their rhythmic beating, the singers began their songs, and the dancers broke out into traditional dances from their tribes.