By: Kylie Vaillancourt Humber News Anchor Helena Shlapak informs viewers about Pink Ribbon Day at Humber College on October 13th, written, produced and shot by reporter Kylie Vaillancourt. https://youtu.be/SZ_ZdtP98tw
Midterms are over and students are likely to slide back into procrastination habits. Dictionary.com defines procrastination as: “the act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention.” “The root of procrastination can be quite complex – from attention issues, to motivation issues, to fear of failure,” said Meg Houghton, … Continue reading Procrastination is a ‘self-handicapping’ student behaviour
It can be hard for aspiring musicians to get their ‘big break’ but with the rise of social media many artists have posted their way to stardom. Within the past few years, there’s a trend of artists becoming famous through the Internet. The most famous person who did this was Justin Bieber back in … Continue reading Music and Social Media
The Red Planet named after the Roman god of war is a little wet behind the ears. NASA confirmed late last month that there’s liquid water on Mars and is now hunting for organisms. “It’s obviously an exciting discovery, because liquid water is the most universal requirement for life anywhere in the universe whether it’s … Continue reading Life on Mars?
Humber College offers jobs that gives students in financial need the opportunity to work on campus during their study at school. “To be considered (for the Work Study Program), the cost of a student’s needs to be more than their income,” said Caroline Colosimo, a career advisor for Humber College. There are several … Continue reading Jobs attained on campus from Work Study Program include wide diversity of tasks, a range of salary