File consists of news clippings about a Wilderness Survival Course taught by Humber in the late 1970s/early 1980s. The course generated controversy over the killing of rabbits as part of the program (which is reflected in most of the articles). The file also includes a letter from Humber's Continuing Education Chair to the Editor of the "Globe and Mail."
File consists of material relating to the Humber Orangeville support of the Headwaters White Ribbon campaign. The pledge was signed by 1st and 2nd year Police Foundation students. The file includes postcards and a photograph of the students after signing the pledge, and a letter from Joe Andrews.
File consists of a newsletter promoting the Queensway Campus, including mention of the Open House (Wednesday April 9, 1969), messages from College officials, and a brief description of programs offered at Queensway.