Humber College’s Annual Walk it Out fashion show was showcased at downtown Toronto’s Palais Royale on Tuesday to much praise.
Rob Kilfoyle, director of Public Safety, said when legalization does happen, there might be a perception among students that it’s allowed on campus.
“INFUSE is more of an ‘everything’ magazine,” Arianna Popat, the editor-in-chief of INFUSE said. “We do lifestyle, we do fashion, and we do everything.”
A high kick makes contact with a sparring partner. It’s an emphatic statement about what women have to do sometimes to protect themselves.
A fundraising event Tuesday evening in support of Dancing with Parkinson’s and the Humber College Scholarship Fund, was a combination of ‘Dance, Dine and Donate’ by the graduate level event management students group of Humber.
“The number one rule is do not share what you just learned outside, and especially do not show it to your significant other, your partner.” According to Statistics Canada, the perpetrator is known to the victim in 82 per cent of sexual assault cases.
Rankie explained there are barriers students with ASD face on a regular basis.
By Neha Lobana In a recent study conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, data revealed that one in five young adults show “problematic” use of electronic devices. Researchers discovered that 19 per cent of young adults aged 18 to 29 experience moderate to severe problematic use of electronic devices, including smartphones, laptops,…