Tag Archives: Humber College

Applied Research at Humber goes Unnoticed News

The Applied Research and Innovation department at Humber College wants more students to get involved. “We’ve been around for a while, but not a lot of students know who we are and what we can offer them,” said research assistant, Michelle Bezzetto. The Applied Research and Innovation department at Humber College connects faculty and student

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RIDE program launches for 2016 holiday season News

By: Reagan McSwain Humber Colleges North campus hosted police officers from across Ontario to launch an annual holiday RIDE Program, Thursday. “Humber has been hosting the event for a little more than 10 years now. The RIDE program actually started in Etobicoke so it’s only fitting that we continue to host it here,” said Humber

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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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Invictus Games gets preview at Humber News

By Ken Kellar and Allyyssa Sousa-Kirpaul Students supported wounded veterans by participating in Invictus Games day at Humber College’s North Campus in Etobicoke. The games include 12 sports that wounded and ill veterans can participate in. The third Invictus Games will be held in Toronto on Sept. 24-30 2017 and Prince Harry is the patron.  

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Remembrance Day: Moment of silence at Humber News

By: Sargon Jajjo Hundreds staff, students and community members gathered at Humber’s North Campus concourse to honour members of the military on Remembrance Day. The event, hosted byHumber journalism professor Carey French, included the playing of the national anthem, the reading of Flanders Field, and several bagpipe players. Ahmed Tahir, president of the student group Ignite,

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Humber security not satisfied with lockdown drill response News

By: Brandon-Richard Austin, Caitlin Patrick and Erian Amor De Los Reyes Humber College’s North Campus held a lockdown drill this morning. Security staff at Humber said after the procedure that they weren’t totally happy with how students conducted themselves. During last year’s lockdown drill, Humber was criticized for the instructions it gave students. Police said

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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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Alcohol moderation could change drinking culture Lifestyle,News

By: Laura Dart Moderation and education go hand in hand when it comes to drinking alcohol, according to LinX Lounge manager at Humber. The on-campus bar at Humber’s north campus hosts pub nights and music themed events that bring students over 19 to drink and enjoy the night. Daniela Trozzolo, manager at LinX, says staff

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Shootings in Toronto on the rise, statistics show News

Three shootings, one fatal, have been reported near Humber College this week alone. Toronto Police Services, in a news release, said one of the shootings that occurred earlier this week resulted in one fatality. The shooting happened Tuesday night on Albion Road and Silverstone Drive, 2.5 kilometers from Humber’s North campus. Police said that a vehicle pulled

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