Item is the fifteenth issue of the 14th volume of 'Coven' dated December 12th 1985. The issue includes coverage of Humber gets ombudsman, Gordon examines past ,present, future, Alberta council chastised, among other articles.
Item is a student newspaper. Includes articles on plans for Humber College to construct the first day-care Centre for disabled individuals, a Leadership and Human Awareness Seminar, a profile on Humber's Centre for Women, an Art Exhibit in collaboration with the Art Gallery of Ontario, among other articles.
Item is an issue of a student newspaper. Includes an article on a possible lawsuit by students in the Child Care program, Dr. David Armstrong submits recommendations to the Wright Commission, and a special supplement on "Humbersphere", among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Issue includes an article on the misuse of funds by the Student Athletic Movement, growth of Humber Library, a Q&A interview with President Wragg, the opening of a boutique tied to the Fashion Careers Program, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Includes an overview of the Health Centre, Dean of Professional Development- William Trimble discusses new teacher training, and a budget overage for the Humber ski hill, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Issue includes articles on the capital spending decrease at Humber College, the Technology Division holds a wine and cheese party, Humber's new Transportation Manager Don McLean to purchase 3 new buses, an article on women's varsity sports, new introductory courses on scuba diving and yoga, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on operational negotiations underway for the Peel Humber Development Centre for disabled children, a profile on previous land owner Robert Chapman, Humber College travel agency TNT Travel expands services, College restricts pub operations, a profile on the Studio One Humber College Jazz Orchestra, and the Ski World 73, among other articles.