Humber College President Chris Whitaker joined officials from PCL Constructors Canada, community leaders and post-secondary education partners to mark the completion of the concrete structure of Humber’s new Learning Resource Commons on Friday April 4, 2014.
As Humber students voted to oppose Shawn Manahan as HSF President at the Humber Students’ Federation’s Annual General Meeting, the student body was left wondering two questions. When will there be an election for HSF President? And how much will it cost?
Mar. 26, will mark the 2nd Annual General Meeting which the Board of Directors along with students will vote on the HSF budget, and also approve the newly elected Executives and Directors. It will be held at KX 202 at the North Campus.
Shawn Manahan talks to Humber News about Brilhante’s disqualification, what Manahan himself recieved strikes for, the HSF electoral process, and how he expects the transition as incoming HSF president with Tim to go.
Tim Brilhante has made it public why he was disqualified from the HSF presidential race. At around 1:30am on March 17. Brilhante issued a statement on his Facebook page that explained what specifically he received strikes for.
In a night honouring the senior classmen of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball squad, Wiggins along with fellow freshmen Wayne Sielden and Joel Embiid were also given a standing ovation – and perhaps a final congrats.