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A Celebration of Two Cultures

A Celebration of Two Cultures

On Thursday October 8th, 130 students, faculty and staff of the Humber-Ningbo and Humber-Jimei programs gathered together to celebrate the Moon Festival and Thanksgiving.

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Vitalii Starov - “My First Blog from Canada”

Vitalii Starov - “My First Blog from Canada”

Hello folks! My name is Vitalii Starov. I'm studying sports management at Humber. I am from Odessa, Ukraine, where I lived almost 17 years of my life. My native city is located in the south of Ukraine, at the coast of the Black Sea. It’s a beautiful city with amazing people, and I personally recommend you to visit it if you decide to go to Ukraine once.

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“Hating Goodbyes - My Pessimistic Side Takes Over!”

“Hating Goodbyes - My Pessimistic Side Takes Over!”

Goodbye represents the end of something. It can be amazing if you are saying goodbye to anything negative or sad, like saying goodbye to hot summers or saying goodbye to difficult times. However, goodbyes are so much sadder when you have to give up good times or something that you enjoyed having.

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Humber Goes Global: Katie in Europe

Humber Goes Global: Katie in Europe

Between January and February 2015, Katie Csordas completed Humber’s 4th Semester in Europe program, available to students in the School of Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism.

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Humber Goes Global: Anthony in Finland & Guatemala

Humber Goes Global: Anthony in Finland & Guatemala

 I had an amazing experience while studying abroad at JAMK Universityin Jyvaskyla, Finland and I actually decided to take the program a second time. It was interesting to take courses that are not offered at Humber like Creativity Management, Russian Language, and Nordic Business.

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Humber Goes Global: Lucas in Ireland & Ghana

Humber Goes Global: Lucas in Ireland & Ghana

In May of 2014 I travelled to Ghana, Africa for just over 3 weeks to complete a placement for my program. Also, in September of 2014 I travelled to Waterford, Ireland where I spent 4 months as an exchange student studying at Waterford Institute of Technology.

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Humber Goes Global: Mia in California

Humber Goes Global: Mia in California

Kent Schroeder was surprised and, yes, happy to receive an award for his research on Bhutan’s unique development strategy, Gross National Happiness.

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How to Survive Full-time Study and a Part-time Job

How to Survive Full-time Study and a Part-time Job

With college tuition rates on the rise and job-hunting tougher than the Hunger Games, many of us are juggling between our full-time studies and a part-time job during our time in college. As much as we want to narrow down our focus to one, never-ending bills and other needs make it impossible to leave our job.

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Music of the World

Music of the World

Jonathan and his brother Andrew Kay, both graduates of the Humber Bachelor of Music program, have spent more than half a decade in India learning the intricacies of Indian music and how to play that music on western instruments.

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Humber’s St.Vincent Connection

Humber’s St.Vincent Connection

Earlier this year, Humber representative Emily Mancuso was in Kingstown, St. Vincent to host a recruitment seminar. While there, she had the pleasure of attending a dinner hosted by the local Humber alumni association. 

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