Lucia Yglesias News Reporter Imagine that right now, without time to prepare, you are asked to stand up and give a speech. Are your hands sweating? Are you stuttering your words? This is one of the greatest fears people can have, even greater than death itself for some, studies have found. According to the National…
Naloxone reverses the effects of overdoses by knocking opioids out of the opiate receptors in the brain.
A new movie about a gangster mayor who smokes crack is stirring up controversy for its resemblance to the life of the late Toronto mayor Rob Ford. Filth City is the indie feature that is drawing attention, for a variety of reasons, in the entertainment and political arenas of Toronto.
York University, one of Canada’s largest post-secondary institutions, has recently been vandalized with hate graffiti targeting Jewish, Muslim, and black students.
After an 11th hour city council meeting held on Thursday, Toronto council has approved a new bylaw that will protect tenants and hold landlords accountable to higher standards of maintaining rental properties.
Toronto Public Health has issued a warning about the outbreak of mumps in postsecondary schools across Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area.
Humber manager of Health and Safety, Margaret Fung, released a statement on Tuesday stating that mumps continue to be a health issue on campus.
Toronto’s annual International Women’s Day march last Saturday gathered almost 11,000 people despite the cold.
Toronto Comedy Sketch Festival is key among the forums that have highlighted success stories from Humber’s Comedy Writing and Performance program.