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Driver's ed discounted at Fanshawe
For late bloomers who got their driver's licences just before entering college, Fanshawe may have an offer you can't refuse. The college has teamed up with DriveWise, a nationally recognized ... Read this article

Office of the Ombuds 20th anniversary celebration
On December 4, Fanshawe's Office of the Ombuds celebrated its 20th anniversary in Forwell Hall. Prizes were awarded, snacks were shared, and everyone had a great time. Read this article

Painting the town TechnoColour
You better get your dancing shoes on because the London Paint Invasion is coming to town on November 14! TechnoColour Dreams and Campstock Party are bringing London its first ever paint party and you... Read this article

Who will win the Community Cup?
Falcons and police are going head to head on the ice tomorrow. “It's the second annual Community Cup hockey challenge in support of the United Way,” said Fanshawe College President Pe... Read this article

Gaming without the controllers
For the second time this year, the not-for-profit group known as London Family Game Days (LFGD) is getting the community together for a fun-filled day of board games. Taking place at Victoria Public S... Read this article

Sexy (and educated) in the city
The Fanshawe Student Union's Sexual Awareness Week may be over, but for the Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, it's just ramping up. They're kicking off their annual Are You Doin' It? campa... Read this article

London Transit Commission aims to upgrade its system
London's busses are going to get a whole lot faster. London's population has grown by more than 65,000 people in the last 22 years, but London Transit was not able to grow, even with the ... Read this article

A Sunkissed fashion show
A glamorous seven-piece resort collection called ‘Sunkissed' by designer Sebastian Taborda Guarin for his label, Guarin, was showcased at Lavish on August 23. Guarin is a student in his thi... Read this article

SMART moms are going back to school
Single Women in Motherhood (SWIM) will be hosting its third annual SMART event, honouring mothers and those pursuing a post-secondary education. Scholarships will be awarded during the ceremony. SWIM... Read this article

A rockin' start to the new school year
A Falcon is flying home to kick off the Fall semester with his sweet tunes. Pat Maloney, Music Industry Arts alumnus and former entertainment programmer for the Fanshawe Student Union, is taking the ... Read this article

College makes conditional offer to buy Market Tower
Fanshawe College forged onward with its downtown campus plans by making a conditional offer for purchase of the Market Tower building located at the corner of Richmond and Dundas Streets. The College... Read this article

Expressions in Chalk event brings art to Ribfest
Drawing on the sidewalk has been a timeless childhood activity for generations, with the summer season often going hand in hand with stepping over crude stick-figure drawings and hopscotch courses tha... Read this article

Fanshawe College's fifth president unveiled: Peter Devlin
Fanshawe College announced its newest president on August 6. Effective September 3 Peter Devlin, a retired Commander of the Canadian Army, will helm the College. The Toronto native will become Fanshaw... Read this article

PAWS for a cause
It's the dog days of summer, and Progressive Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) is celebrating! They are holding their Dog Days of Summer charity event at Labatt Park on July 6, and attendees are enc... Read this article

First shots fired in the new console war
The Electronics Entertainment Exhibition (E3) serves as an annual platform for those in the video game industry to showcase the innovations they will bring to gamers in the coming years. The ‘... Read this article

Big changes on the horizon for Canada's cellphone contracts
We all have an unusual infatuation with our cellphones. It doesn't matter if you're a part of the iPhone clan, Android, Windows Phone or even BlackBerry, there's nothing more valuable than... Read this article

Soak up the sun with Mumford & Sons
Mumford & Sons are performing a sold-out concert in Norfolk County in August, and the Fanshawe Student Union wants to send you to that show! All you have to do is attend the FSU's awesome summer e... Read this article

Fringe seeks fun, fantastic, fastidious volunteers
Fringe is one of the highlights of London's festival schedule, and it needs your help! If you love theatre, if you want to support art or if you just want to volunteer for a great cause, the Fring... Read this article

Sick of sitting in the kiddie pool? The FSU hosts fun events all summer long
With summer finally here, most students have gone back to their hometowns to work till September, but the sun is still shining and people are ready to get out and enjoy what the city has to offer. For... Read this article

Wheeling and Dealing
Counting Cars: Season One From the creators of the hugely popular Pawn Stars comes the spinoff Counting Cars, which showcases the employees of Count's Kustoms, an automobile business based out ... Read this article

Fanshawe handbook cover contest winner
Media, Theory, and Design student Sam Garcia won the Fanshawe Student Union's annual handbook cover design contest in April. He took home the $200 top prize, and his high-flying design will be fea... Read this article

Support Fanshawe students at the first annual First Take Film Festival
Students from Fanshawe's Advanced Filmmaking (AFM), Audio Post-Production and Theatre Arts programs have been writing, filming, acting and working their hardest to put together short films that wi... Read this article

Wild Bird Care Centre crowned worst charity website in the country
The Wild Bird Care Centre (WBCC) of Nepean, Ontario has been given the dubious honour of being crowned the worst charity website in the entire country. With that title comes a pretty sweet prize: a w... Read this article

Fanshawe introduces its first free online course
This May, individuals from across the world will have the opportunity to take part in Fanshawe's first free open online course on sustainability. Participants will take online field trips, perform... Read this article

Allison Brown and the sojourn to Nashville
Windsor's folk songstress Allison Brown returns to London tonight at the APK, performing with friends Will Gillespie and Uncle Dan Henshall as they raise money to fuel their pilgrimage south to Na... Read this article

The search for London's SOUPerstars
How is a bowl of soup like a community? Gary Zavitz has the answer. “It's about combining ingredients together — something savoury and something that has the aroma, that inviting qua... Read this article

A sober St. Paddy's Day?
Reading the title, you're probably already reading this article with disgust, but hear me out: St. Patrick's Day can be fun even without the alcohol. I've done it twice already in Canada a... Read this article

Lifestyle show for women, by women
From food to clothes to finances to hypnosis, the 11th annual Women's Lifestyle Show is bringing what women want to London. The show takes over the London Convention Centre (300 York St.) on Ma... Read this article

Virtue and Moir chase U.S. rivals for gold
“It was an amazing feeling. We knew it would be exciting and it gave us goosebumps.” That's what Tessa Virtue said after performing her Ice Dance Short Program with Scott Moir in fron... Read this article

Chan crowns Short Program
Forget the last 12 months; Patrick Chan is back with a vengeance. Chan showed no evidence of a shaky season with his stellar short program performance at the world championships on March 13. He not o... Read this article

Go For The Eyes, stay for the music
Calgary's Go For The Eyes is making their onstage debut in London this month in support of the release of their new EP Six Through Twelve and to gather some momentum on their way to showcase at Ca... Read this article

Bobbyisms: Ken Yates may kill your productivity
I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things. If you're the type who likes to listen to music while you work or study, you're likely no stranger to the struggle for att... Read this article

Academy Awards 2013: Ties, trips and third time wins
Remember when we watched Silkwood, Mulholland Drive, Titanic, Iris and The Reader? Remember how we saw Meryl Streep's boobs? And Naomi Watts' boobs? And Kate Winslet's boobs? Well, Seth MacFarlane sur... Read this article

Cinema Connoisseur: Razzie Picks 2013
It's finally here! The biggest day of the year for cinephiles is coming up this Saturday, as the 33rd annual Golden Raspberry Awards (a.k.a. The Razzies) will honour the top films of 2012. There are s... Read this article

Oscar Picks 2013
It's been one hell of an awards season so far with major snubs, unexpected wins and some of the fiercest competition that Tinseltown has seen in years. It's all set to culminate in the one awards show... Read this article

Valentine's Day: Pressure or pleasure?
Valentine's Day is finally here, and with it has come the big pink and red hearts, plush cupids, candies and jewellery plastered wall to wall in shopping centres. From a young age, you're taught to wr... Read this article

Nothing bland about White Paint
Juno-nominated band Hollerado is back with their second full-length album White Paint, which will be released on February 26. Their first full-length album, Record In a Bag, snagged them a Juno nomina... Read this article

Urban Outfitters opens its doors in London
With bright lights, large colourful displays and new spring fashion, Urban Outfitters welcomed Londoners into their new store. The 10,000 square-foot store opened on January 31, making it one of the b... Read this article

Honouring a Canadian hero
Brain injuries are widely renowned to be pretty serious issues. In fact, brain injuries are more prevalent that breast cancer, spinal cord injury and HIV/AIDS combined. According to the Brain Injury A... Read this article

Warm up with winter intramurals
The winter semester may be a pain for many, but it holds a certain significance for first-year students. First-years no longer feel the insecurity of not knowing anyone in their classes... so now we R... Read this article

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