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by Kateryna Barnes Celebrated Canadian author Joseph Boyden was presented with an honorary degree from Humber College at Fall Convocation. “To be honoured in such a way is tremendous,” Boyden told Humber News. “To be given an honorary degree means that the institution that is honouring you thinks you are worthy of speaking for them,
By Megan Rach It’s been 75 years since Orson Welles reportedly caused nationwide hysteria with little more than the power of broadcast. Oct. 30, 1938, Welles and the Mercury Theatre on Air broadcast a dramatized adaptation of H.G. Wells’s 1898 novel, The War of the Worlds. The broadcast became perhaps one of the most notorious
[youtube id=”eTsEcRbGlvU” width=”620″ height=”360″] By Nicole Campea and Sarah Rea Humber’s first annual Pumpkin Decorating competition was welcomed on Tuesday afternoon in the Guelph-Humber Atrium at 12 p.m. The event was hosted by Humber Students Federation. Students came out to show their creativity and compete against each other for the grand prize. The event was
Humber’s marketing and communications department is giving students the opportunity to showcase their original artwork in a hoarding design challenge. Students have the chance to have their designs up on the walls surrounding Humber’s new Learning Resource Commons’ construction site at the north campus.
By Megan Rach Torontonians have the chance to tell their friends they “knew that band” before they got big. Bandcamp, Theatre Passe Muraille‘s newest addition to their program, kicks off on October 25, bringing new up-and-coming musicians of any genre to the stage the last Friday of every month until May 30th (excluding December).