There’s something sizzling about bacon. From cookies to toothpaste, and a spotting of chocolate-covered bacon at the CNE, the breakfast meat is the trendiest now than its ever been. Reporter Radha Tailor explores why. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
To increase the number of donors on the bone marrow registry, a teacher found an easy-to-use method packaged within a band-aid box. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Tim Hortons has launched its bigger cup sizes. While students drink more coffee, they are also consuming more caffeine. Reporter Radha Tailor explores bolidy changes to an increased intake of the chemical. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Psychiatrist Dr. Normon Doidge visited first-year Humber College teachers to explain neuroplasticity and the rewiring of the brain. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
In a bid to celebrate Pi Day, reporter Radha Tailor went around Humber College to find other math aficionados with an appreciation for the magic number. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing is taking on everything ketchup. But will the new creamier, thicker dressing replace its tomato counterpart? [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Ever thought deeply into human eating habits and how it affects the ecosystem? A food display in Dublin allows visitors to look, smell and eat biospheric-friendly options that adapt to our omnivorous ways. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
Jenna Talackova was disqualified from the Miss Canada pageant for not meeting the gender requirements, according to pageant officials. Transgender activists say this is one example of many types of discrimination transgendered and transitioned people face daily. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
The last month of college means wrapping up loose ends, sometimes hurriedly as deadlines loom. Thousands of Humber students are cramming for exams and seeking appointments for tutoring services. Even more students have yet to apply for and pick up financial grants and loans. Reporter Radha Tailor and videographer Jeremy Cohn explored the college to [...]
For the people wanting to take their home on the road, the Toronto International RV Show, Canada’s largest recreational vehicle show, came to the International Centre in Mississauga on March 2, 2012.
Humber is hosting a seminar April 28 on gay issues of concern to students and staff.
Exam stress brings out a heightened sense of anxiety for other issues in students’ lives, said a Humber counsellor.