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Hot Docs to feature Humber work The War at Home Arts & Entertainment

By Shannon O’Reilly For the fourth year in a row, Humber’s Film and TV program has a student documentary in Toronto’s Hot Docs Festival. “Generally it’s only this program that gets chosen from,” said Michael Glassbourg, program coordinator for the Film and Television program at Humber. “And frankly, as happy as I am that we

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Canada drops from top 10, human development report says Life

By Shumu Haque While the developing countries of the world are climbing up in the rank of international development, some developed countries like Canada are not, especially when it comes to gender equality, a report said Thursday. The Annual Human Development Report is an independent publication commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and prepared

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Facebook “likes” may reveal user’s personal traits Life, Sci/Tech

[youtube id=”IU8b7RIFTMc” width=”620″ height=”360″] By clicking “like” on Facebook, you may disclose personal information about yourself without realizing it. A study published Monday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that Facebook “likes” can reveal users private information such as gender, race, religion, sexual orientation and political views. On Camera: Sharon Tindyebwa Behind

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Students may feel the loss of a crucial hour when clocks spring forward Life, News

[youtube id=”rUN3-6LFqXw” width=”620″ height=”360″] Video by: Sara Miller  Story by: Sara Yonis Humber students are already feeling the loss of sleep which will occur this weekend when daylight savings come into affect. The clock will move forward, meaning people will lose an hour of their day, at 2 a.m Sunday morning.