Memories from Norovirus to an election

By: ETC Staff It is our last edition, and what a ride it has been. There were a few incidents that happened involving Humber that reflected negatively for the school this semester, like the norovirus outbreak that left more than 200 students sick, as this publication reported. Every major news outlet in Toronto picked up the story, making the topic... More

‘Gross’ Pepsi ad shows Jenner’s lack of judgement

Neha Lobana Life Editor Popular soda company, Pepsi has found itself in a pickle after launching on April 4 their new, highly anticipated advertisement featuring Kendall Jenner, the second youngest sister from the Kardashian-Jenner clan. As the ad begins, Jenner is seen in a mid-photoshoot wearing a blonde wig when she suddenly decides to throw her wig aside and join... More

Canada must do more in wake of devastating gas attack in Syria

By: David Tuchman On Tuesday, the Syrian government unleashed a devastating gas attack in a northern rebel-held territory. The carnage featured dozens of helpless children gasping for breath and even more dead. The attack stirred worldwide condemnation but words aren’t enough to stop an increasingly confident al-Assad, Syria’s brutal dictator, who continues to get bolstered by Russia. Among them was... More

‘Unlimited’ VIA Rail promotion a face-palm disappointment to youth

By: Javon Walker There are few things more aggravating than seeing a company completely botch a great idea. I’m not sure if the planning committees behind some of these PR stunts only think of the best case scenarios, but sometimes I’m just left face-palming at how unprepared companies are when everything backfires. That Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial is a great... More