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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
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,
By Ieva Lucs and Irina Kouchnir Barbara Cartwright, an award-winning leader in animal welfare and CEO of the Ottawa-based Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, spoke to Humber’s journalism students on the hot topic of breed specific legislation. Cartwright pointed out the contentious divide in perceptions on pit bulls in Ontario. “As we criminalize pit bulls we drive
By Sargon Jajjo There were coloured lights, henna art, and sweet and savory foods along with traditional music as Humber College celebrated Diwali on Thursday. The holiday, which runs from Oct. 30-Nov. 4 this year, is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. Each year the holiday ends by celebrating the conquest of good over evil.
By Sargon Jajjo An anti-abortion campaign held by an outside group left some students at Humber’s North Campus feeling uncomfortable. The campaign was held by the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethicalreform on Wednesday in front of Java Jazz, a popular cafe for Humber students and staff. The main concerns from the event stemmed from some of