FYE Draws Crowd at Black History Month Wrap-Up

Humber North celebrated the last day of Black History Month by highlighting black culture, influential figures and art. The First-Year Experience (FYE) event capped off a month-long dedication of recognizing the men and women of colour who paved the way for equality. The coordinators and volunteers of the First Year Experience (FYE) organized the celebration …

Female Empowerment Panel Focuses On The Value of Self-Worth

Five businesswomen told aspiring Humber grads that the importance of self-worth in the workplace is part of the formula to empower women to break down barriers and build success. “You need to appreciate your value and what you’re bringing to the table, male or female,” said Seema Singh, business development and marketing consultant at ThinkCOMPASS. …

Sexual Harassment Education Brought to Humber Lakeshore

Farrah Khan wants to change the way people talk about sexual violence and harassment. “We are going to have hard conversations,” she told about 50 people during the President’s Lecture Series talk at Lakeshore campus on Tuesday. The coordinator of the Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education at Ryerson University brought the #MeToo movement …

OPSEU Members’ Rights Were Violated During Strike, President Says

The union representing Ontario’s college faculty launched a Charter challenge against provincial back-to-work legislation that ended the five-week college strike in November. Warren “Smokey” Thomas, the president of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), claims that members of the union were forced back to work and as a result, their rights were violated. “Our …