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Interrobang articles by Christopher Walker

Ontario government will allow Indigenous post-secondary institutions to independently grant post-secondary degrees and diplomas
After a long time of negotiations between the Aboriginal Institutes Consortium and the government of Ontario, the move to allow Indigenous post-secondary institutions to independently grant post-secondary degrees and diplomas is finally in motion. Read this article

Break and enters and a variety of assaults on the rise around Fanshawe and Western student neighbourhoods
Fanshawe College and Western University student neighbourhoods and surrounding areas have become the chosen locations for criminals to seek assault and break and enter opportunities. Read this article

MADD's Project Red Ribbon campaign reaches third decade running
For its third decade, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), have employed the Project Red Ribbon campaign, to create awareness of the importance of driving sober over the holiday season Read this article

Bikes stolen from post-secondary campuses becoming a common occurrence
There have been a chain of bike thefts going on around Fanshawe College, Western University and other campuses, and it is causing alarm. Read this article

Fanshawe advanced filmmaking professor found success with national programming
Adamm Liley, a previous co-ordinator and current teacher within Fanshawe's advanced filmmaking program, is a shining example of the experience and knowledge available within the College. Read this article

Fanshawe and London business join forces to help kids understand difficult topics through puppets
M.I. Understanding, which stands for mental illness understanding, is a business that helps create conversations about mental illness through the use of puppets. Read this article

The University Of Western Ontario's fake homecoming draws huge crowd, but high cost for the City of London
Last year, the University of Western Ontario announced it would change the date of the actual homecoming celebrations as a strategic decision to curb immense amounts of partying. Read this article

Fanshawe delivers promise of free tuition for 10 Syrian refugee families
Fanshawe College has kept its promise in supporting the City of London's plan to help Syrian refugees who came to Canada during the Syrian Crisis. Read this article

Extra reading week a possibility for Fanshawe in the future
In light of Western University adding an extra reading week in the fall for their students, there may be good news ahead for Fanshawe students as well. Read this article

Fanshawe's surrounding area plagued with crime
Fanshawe's surrounding area, notably the areas that are popular for students to occupy, have been plagued by recent crimes. Popular student streets such as Fleming and Thurman, and their surrounding areas, have been the main targets for criminals to commit break-and-enter and car hopping related crimes. Read this article

Uber caught in the camera eye again
Uber, the popular ride-sharing application, has been in a long-term battle with city council to be accepted as a legal business in London. Read this article

Fanshawe students raising funds for Costa Rica placement
From Feb. 17 to March 10, a mixture of Fanshawe students from different courses will have the privilege to do placement in Costa Rica to help educate young students. Read this article

Potential animal serial killer in London
The London Police Service have disclosed that they suspect there may be an animal serial killer in the city after they have made numerous discoveries of tortured, mutilated and murdered animals. Read this article

New post-secondary financial aid system could cost more than expected
New changes to the financial aid system for post-secondary could mean a possible increase in costs. Earlier this year, the Liberal government announced that it had intentions of changing the way the financial aid system works. Read this article

Increasing awareness of women in technology and trades industries
On Nov. 29, Fanshawe College had the privilege to host an event that opened the eyes of young women to the world of skilled trades and technologies. The event was hosted by Skills Ontario through their career exploration for women initiative and KickAss Careers, along with a number of other partners. Read this article

Final stats for Project L.E.A.R.N.: Reunion and Homecoming
The final statistics have been revealed on Project L.E.A.R.N. for both the Reunion weekend and Homecoming weekend. Read this article

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