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FSU always serves you better

Diana Forbes | Interrobang | News | August 29th, 2005

The times they are a-changin' for services here on campus, but only to better accommodate the students of Fanshawe.

The Student Union Building, near Forwell Hall, will be the new home of a Uniglobe travel centre. If all negotiations go as planned, the new facility will sell Via Rail and Greyhound Bus tickets, a task formally carried out by the Biz Booth. The new service will also be a one-stop shop for students planning a trip or group excursion.

The Biz Booth will now be selling tickets for all events at the John Labatt Centre, including tickets to London Knights games and all concerts. After the JLC cut ties with Ticketmaster, the Biz Booth became one of four London locations licensed to sell tickets for the venue. This is also the place to pick up tickets for Student Union events, Comedy Nights or to access the recreation pool tables.

Beginning in September, Fanshawe Student Union will be offering professional legal services, free of charge for all full time students. Areas of expertise include, Landlord and Tenant Law, Criminal Law, Charter of Rights challenges, Small Claims Court representation, Public Legal Education, Student Appeals and Affidavits and notarial services. Community Legal Services is located at SC2001 or call 661-3352 to make an appointment.

The Oasis, located in the Student Centre, is now open until 11pm Monday to Thursday and 8pm on Friday. Weekend hours have also been extended and the Oasis is now open from noon until 8pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Students can now choose the videos they want to watch in the Oasis, with the addition of a Video Juke Box. For only a loonie, students can select two videos, from a list of 6000, which is updated to include 100 new videos each month. According to the company that updates the video selection, the most requested band of 2004 was AC/DC!

First run movies, a long-standing Fanshawe tradition, will have a new home in the 2005/06 school year. Now called “Toonie Sundays,” Fanshawe students are invited to watch second run movies at Rainbow Cinemas for only two dollars. Tickets can be purchased at the theatre, with a valid student ID card and number, for either the early or late show.
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