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By Paul Rocca Hundreds of people gathered on Wednesday evening at the Gladstone Hotel to celebrate the launch of Humber’s first literary magazine, the Humber Literary Review. Within the large crowd of attendees were friends, contributors and literary and art enthusiasts eager to pick up their copy of the magazine and enjoy the atmosphere of
By Paul Rocca The best work of a new generation of media professionals was the star of the show as Humber students presented their work to industry executives at Humber’s Class Acts event on Wednesday. The event was the result of months of planning by students and faculty from Humber’s Public Relations program and was
By Paul Rocca The Humber School of Media Studies will be holding its first Class Acts event on Wednesday, showcasing the best work from its students across 34 different programs. The event will offer attendees with a multi-platform exhibit organized in ten clusters of student works presented by the students themselves. “This is the first
By Paul Rocca Comic artists from around the world gathered at the Toronto Reference Library this weekend for the annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival. The two-day event featured interviews, readings, panels and workshops as well as an all-day vendor fair from comic artists and writers. And kicking off the event on Saturday was a hosted
Awake, head throbbing, vision blurry. The room is cold. The fire is dead. From A Dark Room’s titular opening scene in a darkened hut in the wilderness, the self-described minimalist text adventure’s story gradually evolves into a more expansive narrative that has helped land it on the #1 spot for paid apps at the iTunes App Store.