Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on Humber instructor, Elizabeth Ashton rated fourth best equestrian in the world, Humber defeats Ryerson in marketing competition, a foal is born at the Equestrian Centre, Humber allows inmates to attend college as part of the Temporary Absence Program, and photography students win awards, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on Humber to implement literacy tests for new Humber students, Duke Ellington visits Music students, Counselling Service opens new student drop-in centre, lakeshore community take over Storefront Humber, students in Humber's Social Service Course tour prison, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on the development of The Centre for Environmental Studies, Humber Library textbooks to be stored in the barn, Tad Jaworski invited to submit film to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (Oscars), an article on teacher Lyle Bebense Arctic documentary, Humber holds a Christmas party, among other articles.
Collection consists of material which was gathered by the Humber Libraries before the formal establishment of the Archives. Much of the material is from the early years of Humber and includes reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, and other materials.
File consists of the final report prepared by Peter Barnard Associates in association with A.J. Diamond Planners Ltd. on the future of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital. Contains a summary of various options, including converting the Cottages to residential uses, as well as the proposed transfer to Humber College. The report was submitted to the Ontario Government. The report includes a detailed history of the "Mimico Asylum" and an analysis of each individual building.
File consists of a report prepared by Laurie McPherson, Planner for the Borough of Etobicoke, outlining potential uses for the Psychiatric Hospital (including potential use of some buildings by Humber College). The report also includes photographs of the Hospital site.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on the Canadian Guild of Crafts of Ontario awards a student bursary, the St. Vincent Minister of Education Alphonso A. Dennie visits Humber College, staff and administration form a professional association, Interior Design students to design a Quiet Room, and a proposal for an ice arena is created, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article on the Art department showcases contemporary Canadian art in the new Art Gallery, Ronald Thornbury announced as new tennis coach, Humber recalls instructors Austin Repath and Michael Sweeney after lay offs to the Humber Creative Arts and Human Studies courses, among other articles.
Item is the student newspaper "Coven". Item includes an article the Ontario government supporting 25% of Humber students, the Athletic Department enters varsity teams into the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Competitions, and the Woman's Outreach program, among other articles.