In a 2015 poll commissioned by the Vancouver Humane Society, nearly 12 million Canadians are vegetarian or are eating less meat. Cutting out meat has apparently become easier than ever, with the influx of vegetarian substitutes and restaurants.
In an effort to connect, collaborate and create friendly competition, Humber’s Fashion Arts program is bringing Fashion, Photography and Cosmetic students together for Network Nights throughout the month of March.
Almost one in three students registered with the First Year Experience are first generation students within their families, 53 per cent of them being mature students and 59 per cent international.
mAPPing the Territory, a digital exhibition at Humber’s North Space Gallery, explores such questions by storytelling through data mapping and social media.
“I was the class clown and I was the girl that had it all, but nobody knew what was going on at home.”
Is love a biological response driven by the chemicals in our brain, a social construct that is independent of our biology, or both?
The celebration of love can be polarizing. People in relationships may love the day of love, while others in relationships may be sick of it. Single individuals may not care, while others may feel particularly sad on Feb. 14.
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.