Some years ago a family member asked me to look in on a neighbour — an elderly woman — who was in a London hospital. I thought of her when I heard of Canada's Supreme Court ruling on p... Read this article
Voting made easy on campus
Residents across London are casting their votes on October 27 in the municipal election.
The area in front of Oasis will turn into a polling station on that day, but according to City Clerk Cathy... Read this article
Volunteering at Home County
The 41st annual Home County Music and Art Festival took place July 18 to 20 in Victoria Park. Home County is a fun-filled all ages festival that focuses on catchy folk tunes, arts and crafts, deliciou... Read this article
A royal legacy comes to an end
In a lot of ways, a city is akin to a living creature; growing and changing, moving toward a new version of itself at all times. London is no different.
Over the last couple centuries, London has... Read this article
Break-ins in student housing
A recent bout of break and enters has the London Police Service (LPS) advising the community to lock up and keep valuables out of sight. Within the weeks of March 24 and April 14, police reported eig... Read this article
Take one, and action!
The Advanced Filmmaking program at Fanshawe College is about to put on its annual First Take Film Festival on April 26, where students hope to share their hard work with you — their peers. &ldq... Read this article
One Messy release party
Fanshawe's resident grunge-rockers Handsome Harlot are getting ready to release their biggest project to date: a debut EP. To celebrate the completion of the record, they're throwing a free E... Read this article
A fun and safe St. Pat's for all
Students far and wide are well aware of the London Police Service's (LPS) commitment to its initiative Project L.E.A.R.N. (Liquor Enforcement and Reduction of Noise), and with the infamous 2012 Fl... Read this article