Ing Wong-Ward, born with spinal muscular atrophy, does not let the usage of her wheelchair come in the way of her career as a broadcaster, journalist and disability activist.
A screening of the iconic gay ‘drag ball’ documentary Paris is Burning last night at Humber College was followed by a discussion with four panelists well versed in the Black and LGBTQ+ communities.
With the advent of dating applications, it seemed likely to many that Millennials and Generation Z were having more sex than previous generations.
According to a 2014 study by the University of Waterloo for the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Torontonians have the longest commute, averaging around 65 minutes one way.
After advocating for lifting the restrictions on gay men making blood donations, fourth year Paralegal student, Christopher Karas is bringing the issue to the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Lotoya Davids News Reporter The Aboriginal Resource Centre at Humber recently launched its Making Moccasins workshop, with the second of six three-hour sessions held on Tuesday. “I really want to show the beauty of my own culture,” said former co-president of the centre Sage Petahtegoose . “I think it’s worth sharing and letting other people…
Balancing work, school and extra-curricular activities can be daunting for some students, so Humber College has organized Stress Management Seminars for students to help.
Meaghan Wray Life Reporter According to Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, more than 75 per cent of adult mental illness surfaces before the age of 25. ‘What’s up,’ an East Metro Youth Services (EMYS) program established in 2011, is a no-cost, no-wait walk-in mental health counselling service. Previously geared towards children, youth and…