A fter 20 years with Jimmy Eat World, going home and spending some quality time with your family doesn’t seem like it can get any better. For Zach Lind, it did. Zach and his wife Holly turned their living room into a music room, setting up drums next to the piano and hanging their daughter’s … Continue reading Jimmy Eat World’s Zach Lind talks The Wretched Desert, Drummers-Turned-Singers, and Vinyl
Educators say years students spend in post-secondary are when they learn to perfect skills, stay organized, and maintain a work ethic. Humber has a reputation for successful grads in many fields; radio broadcasting is a notable example. Take George Stroumboulopoulos (Strombo), who studied radio broadcasting at Humber and is now one of Canada’s most prominent … Continue reading Radio Broadcasting graduates from Humber show work ethic and flexibility
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I was walking through downtown Ottawa one smoggy, cold morning having a smoke on my way to work when I turned to the side and my jaw dropped. I couldn’t believe what I saw. My chest was sore and it felt as if my heart had plummeted into my stomach. I stopped moving all together … Continue reading Life after death
Some tips on staying sane while living in a student house.