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International Institute of Business Analytics to host free virtual events for students
Throughout the month of Aug., the local chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) will be hosting a series of events for free that focus on helping students build their network and learn about industry trends.  Read this article

Fanshawe students use Matterport to view inside the Holy Roller
Fanshawe's School of Contemporary Media students, Taylor Meloche and Emma Wilson have set up Fanshawe's Matterport camera to view the interior of the Holy Roller tank.  Read this article

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Middlesex Community Living is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities in the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc. It partners with people to realize their value as full, contributing citizens in their community. Read this article

London celebrates Maggie Mac Neil's gold medal win
On July 25 at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, Margaret (Maggie) Mac Neil of London, Ont. secured Canada's first gold medal, winning the 100m butterfly swim. The 21-year-old fell in seventh place moments before setting a Canadian record, finishing at 55.59 seconds.  Read this article

Fanshawe CME winner documents the 2020 Beirut explosion
On July 21, the 2021 Canadian Media Educators (CME) National Student Awards announced their winners and second-place honorable mentions. Nineteen students on behalf of Fanshawe's School of Contemporary Media accepted five wins and six honorable mentions.  Read this article

Local theatre company to stream Canadian play Patchface online
Local London theatre company, Allswell Productions is teaming up with Canadian playwright Camille Intson to stream a stage production of Inston's play Patchface.   Read this article

University of Western Faculty Association urges mandatory vaccines on campus
On Tuesday, The University of Western Faculty Association (UWOFA) released a statement calling on Western University to make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for all students and staff on campus.  Read this article

Summer Watchlist: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a martial arts superhero film. The whole plot of the movie is that the turtles are on a quest to save Master Splinter with their new friends April and Casey. They are working together to save Master Splinter from The Shredder and his gang.  Read this article

Our favourite TikToks of the week - 16/07/2021
It's that time again! Celebrate the weekend with another roundup of our favourite TikToks of the week.  Read this article

Police and Pride
his year, organizers of Pride London Festival have welcomed the London Police back to participate for the first time since their withdrawal in 2017.  Read this article

2021 Emmy nominations: A first time for everything
The Emmys are right around the corner and the nominations are coming in hot.  Read this article

It's now easier than ever to get vaccinated in London
As of July 14, you no longer need an appointment to get a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.  Read this article

Summer Watchlist: John Wick
John Wick is a film starring Keanu Reeves. The plot follows John Wick, who is searching for the two men who broke into his house, stole his vintage car and murdered his puppy, which was a gift given to him by his recently deceased wife.  Read this article

Our favourite TikToks of the week - 09/07/2021
We're back, back, back again with even more hilarious TikToks to get you through your Friday.  Read this article

Addressing climate change with Prof. Gordon McBean
Climatologist and Western University professor, Gordon McBean has, for years, studied matters concerning the rise in the frequency of heat waves due to the acceleration of greenhouse gas emissions.  Read this article

Fanshawe College student wins CICan award
Fanshawe student Matt Parr was recognized as one of this year's winners in the eighth annual Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Student Art Showcase.  Read this article

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