Author Archives: Katherine Aylesworth

Humber students learn benefits of massage therapy News

By: Katherine Aylesworth and Lindsay Wadden Massage therapy students at Humber College North Campus hosted a Massage Therapy Awareness day today in the LRC. From 8:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. students had the chance to promote the importance of massage therapy and to inform attendees of the various ground they cover. The booths had an interactive approach to

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Anti-Trump protestors take on Toronto News, Politics

By: Katherine Aylesworth, Alana MacLeod and Clare Jenkins Hundreds gathered at an anti-Trump protest, which took over Toronto’s Nathan Phillip Square Sunday night. The protest was to show solidarity to those impacted by the new United States president elect. The protest was intended to be a safe space for minorities as well as supporters to voice their

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Trump’s big win: What voters had to say US Election 2016

By: Katherine Aylesworth, Lindsay Wadden and Laura Dart For voters across the United States, it was a night to remember — and a result some may have been surprised by. On Tuesday, Democrat Hillary Clinton won the popular vote with 47.7 per cent while Republican Donald Trump got 47.5. Still, he clinched the presidency by securing 270 Electoral

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Mustaches start growing for Movember fundraising Lifestyle, News

By: Katherine Aylesworth There may be a lot of guys with bare faces today, but it won’t stay like that for long. There start of November also brings the start of Movember, the annual month-long mustache growing event that raises money and awareness for mens health around the world. At Humber College in Toronto, after two successful

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Halloween haunts Humber College Arts & Entertainment, Food, Lifestyle, News

By: Katherine Aylesworth and Lindsay Wadden Deadpool, unicorns and witches were all spotted in the hallways of Humber College today. Halloween is here and the Monday blues weren’t enough to keep the celebrations away. The college hosted a bake sale to fundraise money for the Child Care Services at Humber. The treats ranged from 50-cents to $5 and

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Instagram update to increase mental health awareness Lifestyle, News

By: Katherine Aylesworth Mental health is a growing issue when it comes to social media, and Instagram is rolling out an anonymous reporting system to help address their user’s well-being. Instagram isn’t all selfies and kittens. There’s a haunting component behind the site that has its glaring disadvantages. The site can be used as an outlet to

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Judge Rules Cleveland Indians name and logo will stay for ALCS News, Sports

By: Katherine Aylesworth and Lindsay Wadden A Judge for the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed an application, which would prevent the Cleveland Indians from using their name and logo in tonight’s ALCS game in Toronto. In a crowded courtroom and just three hours before the game, Judge Tom McEwan denied the injunction filed by

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Hurricane Matthew’s lingering effects felt in Atlantic Canada News

By: Laura Dart and Katherine Aylesworth Parts of Eastern Canada were cleaning up Tuesday from the tail end of Hurricane Matthew after record breaking rain hit Atlantic Canada over the weekend. Schools in Nova Scotia were closed Tuesday and a state of emergency has been declared in parts of Newfoundland and Labrador. Thousands have been left without power.

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