(Et Cetera staff)
Originally published in Et Cetera
Canada has been swept up in an opioid crisis that has been killing both hardened addicts and first-time users by the thousands. The main culprit? Fentanyl, a painkiller that is more potent than heroin and morphine.
OPSEU members and supporters at Queen’s Park rally. (Matt Owczarz)
Originally published in the Et Cetera
Thousands of college faculty members and supporters got together at Queen’s Park yesterday to rally as the OPSEU strike continues into its third week.
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), which represents over 12,000 college professors, instructors, counselors and librarians, sat down at the bargaining table with the College Employer Council (CEC) the same day.
Comedian K. Trevor Wilson nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award (K. Trevor Wilson)
Humber alumnus and award-winning comedian K. Trevor Wilson was nominated best comedic artist of the year in the annual Canadian Comedy Awards. Wilson is nominated in the category alongside Graham Clark, Jus Reign, Mike Ward and Kenny Hotz. (more…)
Arboretum Staff, Alumni and journalism students help clean up the environment around the Humber River. (Matthew Owczarz)
A low volunteer turnout didn’t stop Humber Arboretum’s shoreline cleanup after Journalism students covering the event pitched in to help save the day, and the environment.
Journalism students from Humber News and Humber Et Cetera joined Arboretum staff and a single volunteer to raise the number of participants to 10 on Wednesday.
Students fill the student centre at Humber’s North campus for IGNITE’s annual club fair. (Matthew Owczarz)
Humber club ambassadors filled the North campus student centre for IGNITE’s annual club fair to anchor display booths on Tuesday.
The annual fair allows campus clubs to promote themselves face-to-face with students in a social environment rather than just online. (more…)
Digital Content and Marketing Coordinator Casey Norris inside Humber Galleries’ digital North Space located in the LRC. (Matthew Owczarz)
Humber Galleries has combined creative expression with advanced technology into its newly relaunched digital gallery.
The North Space gallery opened on Sept. 6 to allow students and faculty to discover how digital technology is shaping the future of teaching, learning and creative expression outside the classroom.
Brooke Stevens and Allison Scully from Career Services put student resumes to six second test in the LRC. (Matthew Owczarz)
Humber students put their resumes to the test as part of a’ Career Services’ back to school event this week
Representatives from Career Services came down to the Humber North campus’ LRC to evaluate the resumes through a hiring manager’s ‘six second test’ from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Monday.