Item is a poster for a production of "Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You" and "'Dentity Crisis" directed by Joel Greenberg and starring Lloy Coutts. The performances took place February 19-22, 1987.
Item is a poster promoting the 1991-1992 Theatre Humber season. Includes references to the following productions: "The Maids" by Jean Genet (October 17-20); "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov (December 5-8); "Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett (February 6-9); "Top Girls" by Caryl Churchill (February 20-23); "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder.
Item is an issue of the student publication, covering sports and general news from around campus and Toronto generally. This issue includes coverage of the Phase II buildings at North Campus, athletics news (including the founding of a rugby club, and the Curling Team's success), as well as photographs of Toronto in spring, controversy around "Futz" (a play in Toronto), and a visit to Toronto by Jerry Rubin. Includes two copies of this issue.
Item is an issue of the student publication, covering sports and general news from around campus. This issue includes a welcome to the new academic year from Gordon Wragg and D.E. Light. The issue includes building updates, "Ad Hoc"'s editorial principles, a graph outlining the Student Union structure and other articles. The file includes two copies of this issue.
Item is an issue of "Ad Hoc". This issue includes coverage of smoking policies on campus, a photo of an early computer on campus, civil rights in the United States, coverage of the opening of Humber's Phase II, sports coverage, movies and other articles.
File consists of a report produced by the Personnel Relations Center "to examine the employment status of women, the disabled, Native Canadians, and visible minorities and to identify any barriers that may limit their employment opportunities with the College."