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.
The results are 69 per cent of Guelph-Humber students are in favour of the interval, offered at many post-secondary institutions in Canada.
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.
Humber First Year Experience has hailed its Chinese Lantern Festival at the North campus on Monday to be a major improvement compared to last year’s event.
Humber plans to build a seven-storey parking garage available to students and staff for use at the North campus.
Spencer Wood, Humber director of Facilities Management, said “construction will last for a year and the garage will be finished in 2018.”
We want to give students an experiential learning space, where they can develop practical skills they may not learn in the classroom.”
Humber College students are concerned and confused over the hospitalization of 30 North campus residents last night.