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An introductory guide to hip-hop's mad genius: Madlib
Where do you start with one of hip-hop's most enigmatic figures? Madlib is an elusive artist to say the least. Read more

Special effects spotlight
Ray Harryhausen was a legendary visual effects creator specializing in stop-motion animation, even creating a form of claymation called Dynamation to better suit his style. Read more

Heartbreak on Valentine's Day: An Interrobang playlist
The heartbreak song is the great equalizer in music, bridging genres with emotion and experience. Read more

Romantic horror films to spook up your Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day means movies about romance, love and the extraordinary lengths people have gone for their special someone. But that does not mean Richard Gere and Julia Roberts get to hog all of that Valentine's Day material. Read more

Borderline personality disorder: A tumultuous relationship filled with love (author’s perspective)
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is one of the least talked about mental illnesses despite the complexity and commonality of it. Read more

Combating ableism in our school: what ableism is and being an ally
Ableism is discrimination in the favour of able-bodied people. With that said, most people reading this are probably thinking to themselves that they do not do anything outwardly ableist on purpose. Read more

Interview tips and tricks
Applying for jobs can be a difficult task, but landing an interview means proving yourself in person to the employer - no pressure. Read more

Longboarding: exercise that's actually fun
Longboarding has been growing in popularity as more and more people are noticing the benefits of owning one. Read more

Resources for international Fanshawe students
There are also a number of resources available for international students throughout the semester. Whether you are new to Canada or are still settling in, these resources are here to help you out. Read more

Delicious holiday foods from around the world
Even if you do not celebrate any holidays there are still amazing seasonal dishes to be had at international restaurants, so take a chance and try something new. Read more

Hip-Hop holiday music to spice up your bland festivities
If you are tired of the same old Mariah Carey holiday hits, this is the playlist for you. Tune into this playlist for frosty flows, a blizzard of beats and jolly jams that'll get you singing jiggy-bells. Read more

A general guide to thrift shopping
Tips for saving money on clothing, kitchenware and furniture. Read more

Danny Brown, uknowhatimsayin¿
uknowhatimsayin¿ marks the fifth studio album from one of hip-hop's strangest figures, Danny Brown. Read more

Meet indie rock band, Allodays
Indie music is often a great catalyst for musical inspiration and Allodays is an example of that tradition. Read more

Student resources available on World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day raises awareness of mental health issues across the global community. Read more

Five tips to boost your mental health
Mental health is a complicated, confusing and different journey for everyone. Coping mechanisms differ from person to person, but general tips to improve your general mental health can prove useful. Read more

Remembering American horror film legend Sid Haig
Legendary horror movie icon Sid Haig (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects) passed away September 21. Read more

<em>Hip-Hop Evolution</em>: Documentary excellence meets hip-hop's finest
2016 saw the release of Hip-Hop Evolution, a Canadian music documentary series hosted by MC and former CBC radio host, Shad. Read more

Country Music Awards return to London for a third year
The CMAOntario (Country Music Association of Ontario) Awards will be back in London for a hat-trick from May 29 to 31, 2020. Read more

London's trans healthcare resources and LGBTQ2+ support
Trans healthcare resources still have a long way to go, but London is doing a great job of providing resources for those who need it. Read more

Sex toys are for everyone
Sex toys are for everyone! With the sex-positivity movement gaining speed many people are curious and are looking into everything sex has to offer. Read more

Everything you need to know about chest binding safety
Chest binding is a very common way in which an individual may flatten/compress their breast tissue in order to create a more male-looking chest. Read more

Practical film effects deliver an authentic film experience
Whether it be the newest camera or a new camera trick, a part of every filmmaker's job is to keep themselves up to date in terms of technique as well as physical gear. Read more

Affordable and delicious food in London
London is one of the best cities around when it comes to great food, yet fast food can detract from local businesses. This list features affordable, healthy options, as well as some unhealthy ones (but hey, who doesn't have a cheat day?). Read more

How to be a decent human on the LTC
Most students take the bus and commute to either school or work. A collective effort to better our transit system behoves everyone. Read more

Resources for international Fanshawe students
There are also a number of resources available for international students throughout the semester. Whether you are new to Canada or are still settling in, these resources are here to help you out. Read more

Rick Ross' <em>Port of Miami 2</em>: The boss is back
The rap game's biggest boss is back and banging in Port of Miami 2, released by Rick Ross on Aug. 9. Read more

KILLY headlines 2019 Frosh Week at Fanshawe
Toronto-based hip-hop artist KILLY is headlining Fanshawe's Frosh Week. Read more

Busing to Fanshawe
Fanshawe freshmen may find commuting to campus a daunting task, however it does not have to be with this simple guide. Read more

Minister of Labour announces Ontario-wide inspection blitz
Monte McNaughton, Ontario's Minister of Labour, appeared at London's Thames Park on July 15 to announce a safety inspection blitz for young workers. Read more

IGOR by Tyler, the Creator: Review
On May 17 Tyler, the Creator (Tyler Okonma) released IGOR, his fifth studio album (disregarding his first mixtape, Bastard). Read more

Fringe Festival brings art, dance to London for 20th year
The London Fringe Festival runs until June 8. The festival will include theatre, visual arts, dance, music and whatever may lie in between. Read more

VR film fest makes audiences part of the story
VRcadia Virtual Reality Film Festival 2019 showcased a new medium for directors, and a new experience for audiences. Read more

Laid-back summer activities and events in London
From movie theatres to concert venues, a look at places to spend a laid-back night this summer in London. Read more

5 ways to reduce your carbon footprint
Every individual has the power - and responsibility - to reduce their carbon footprint to prevent further climate change. Here are five tips to begin reducing your carbon footprint this summer. Read more

Fanshawe pulls hat trick at Canadian Music Awards
The Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards (CMBIA) have named Fanshawe College Canada's Top Music School, tying with the Metalworks Institute in Mississauga. Read more

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