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Tillana Desai It was quite a shocking morning for students at the University of Toronto when a professor accidentally played porn in class. The incident happened at the U of T’s Scarborough campus during a...

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As a testimony to the multiculturalism of Canada, the Maharashtrian Indian festival of Lord Ganesha was celebrated with great enthusiasm and gusto in Toronto....

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Humber College is getting a PWYC soup bar

September 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tillana Desai Humber College’s new pay-what-you-can Soup Bar is finally in business and students can barely contain their excitement. The team that came up with Toronto’s first pay-what-you-can grocery store has opened a soup bar...

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Humber Media Studies Professor Edits TIFF Film

September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tillana Desai Lara Johnston, a School of Media Studies professor at Humber College, and Program Coordinator for the Post Production graduate certificate, edited a feature film that premiered at this year’sToronto International Film Festival (TIFF)....

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Tillana Desai Friends actor and comedian Matthew Perry is finally going home after three months in a hospital bed. In a tweet posted Friday night, Perry wrote, “Three months in a hospital bed. Check.” This...

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National Cheeseburger Day

September 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

For students at Humber however, every day is cheeseburger day....

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I was raised my entire life to be an independent, self sufficient woman who was taught to reason through everything that life might throw at me. So how did I end up in an arranged...

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NASA remembers 9/11 with photos from space

September 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tillana Desai Seventeen years after the deadliest attack on American soil, NASA marked the anniversary of 9/11 in a special way with new photos of New York City and Washington from space. In a tweet,...

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A month after a brutal and deadly van attack in Toronto on April 23, two memorial sites honoring the victims continue to draw crowds....

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Tillana Desai For the first time ever, Bay Lower, TTC’s abandoned ghost station’s eerie platforms will be replaced by mics, lights, bands and concertgoers. The station has been out of service since 1966 and is all...

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