Emily-May Werginz | Campus, Review

Humber/Guelph-Humber students attended a series of eventful nights where Anders, Fetty Wap, MadeinTYO, and Smokepurpp performed for the 2018 Ignite Frosh. 

Bus loads of excited students arrived at the Universal Eventspace where they could enter the dance floor and mingle with friends. Students who are 19+ were allowed access to a restricted area where alcoholic drinks were served.

For a welcoming greeting both nights, Jeremy Largo-Afonso, VP of Humber North, Maheen Nazim, VP of Guelph-Humber and Monica Khosla, President, stood on the stage and made it clear that they wanted everyone to be safe and have a great time.

41691726_10156623283438431_7465062956162613248_o.jpgBefore Fetty Wap performed, courageous students entered a dance battle on the main stage to win a t-shirt provided by IGNITE. Students showed off their moves to the opening DJ’s beats while being positively encouraged by their peers.

Cole Tighe, a first-year Marketing student at Humber said, “Both nights were very organized and full of great vibes. Fetty Wap and Smokepurpp pulled off great shows that got the crowd hyped.”


Students who do not live on residence felt that this frosh event gave them the perfect opportunity to reach out and meet new people. First-year Humber Lakeshore student, Margaret Gradbois, said, “The event was a great way to meet people from both campuses and it was cool that us Humber and Guelph-Humber students got our own private concert.”

IGNITE proved their creativity and organizational skills after pulling off two fun-filled nights for Humber and Guelph-Humber students.

If you would like more information about IGNITE, you can find them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

All images by Brandon Ferguson – Ignite Frosh 2018 Photos


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