Author Archives: alyssacapistrano

‘Neknominate’ extreme online drinking game comes to Canada Life

By: Alyssa Capistrano Neknominate, a new online trend that requires people to chug or ‘neck’ large amounts of alcohol in extreme ways, has made its way into Canada. According to Sergeant Andy Tait, from the Nottawasaga Detachment of the OPP, these habits are not a surprise but immediate action should take place. “These type of actions are common

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Humber reacts to Ford video scandal Politics

By Alyssa Capistrano & Charlotte Hillyard-Baker The long-rumoured video of Toronto’s Mayor, Rob Ford, has surfaced. The scandal has been the subject of intense discussion among faculty and students at Humber College North Campus. Alyssa Capistrano has more on the cracking discussion. [youtube id=”INGlnyrROJw” width=”620″ height=”360″]

The deeper the voice, the more desirable the man, according to study Life

By: Alyssa Capistrano The majority of women prefer men with lower-pitched voices a recent study has found. But they also believe them to be cheaters. Jillian O’Connor, a postdoctoral researcher at McMaster University in Hamilton, told Humber News she conducted the survey because the sound of our voice is often overlooked. “I’ve always been interested

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The Dirties bullies their way into theatres Arts & Entertainment

October is Bullying Awareness Month, and there is no better time than now for the official Toronto premiere of the Canadian anti-bullying film, The Dirties, which stars Matt Johnson and Owen Williams. The Dirties focuses on Matt and Owen, who make a film for a class that depicts them taking on fictional bullies, who they call

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MacDonald strikes Pinnacle gold Uncategorized

By Alyssa Capistrano Greg MacDonald has reached the Pinnacle of radio promotion. MacDonald, a Humber Creative Production teacher, won gold at the International Festival and Events Pinnacle Awards (IFEA) for Best Radio Promotion. “It turns out that this contest wasn’t only in Ontario, or in, Toronto, or Canada but all over the world,” said MacDonald.

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