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George Brown College’s culinary program is giving to students in need in an effort to reduce wasted food.
Culinary students at the downtown college whip up fresh food daily, serving up several courses that serve four people, including desert. After one recipe is graded by the professor, the students are left with three portions to take home but that often wasn’t what happened.
Reading week is the time to catch up on your studies and gather your books for your upcoming midterms and exams. But for many of us it’s a time to relax, see loved ones, catch up on our social lives and maybe have a few drinks. Check out a few different events Toronto is hosting from February 20-27 that branch off from the something a little more unique then you average diner or movie.
By: Sveta Soloveva and Lia Richardson Humber’s School of Hospitality Recreation & Tourism served drinks and snacks while staff and students were taking a tour through the program’s new modern space. Acting associate dean Denise Gardner and chef Leonhard Lechner took Humber News around their new facilities at the college’s North campus and described how they
By: Sveta Soloveva Culinary and hospitality students need more hands-on experience at The Humber Room, but that can only happen if enough people dine there, faculty members told Humber News this week. The Humber Room is the main space for students in Culinary Management and Hospitality programs to practice their fine dining service skills. However,
By: Sasha Azeez Would you eat a meal in complete darkness? University of Guelph-Humber business students will be hosting a dine in the dark event Thursday night at the Humber Room at the college’s North Campus. The unique experience requires guests to ditch their sight and utilize their other senses. The event will benefit the Canadian National
By: Sveta Soloveva Torontonians get a chance to try Poke at a special price in seven different restaurants during Poke Week. Hawaiian dish made of rice, vegetables and raw fish is blowing up in Toronto. At least 10 poke restaurants have opened in downtown this year. And there was no one before. Quan Tran of
By: Reagan McSwain Vegan and vegetarian students, or those considering the shift in diet, got the lowdown Thursday at Humber. “Our diet is something we’ve been trained into from birth, and of course if your mother gave [milk] to you it must be good – it’s a touchy subject to suggest that there’s a better
By: Natalie Dixon Coping with stress can be challenging for students, but some say it can be remedied in homeopathic ways. Whether it’s taking a bath or indulging in a chocolate bar, Maria Severino, a first-year student at George Brown College, said that natural remedies work. She said that de-stressing is critical for her because she knows how stress