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Positive feedback and progress
Students and faculty at Fanshawe's downtown London campus will soon be benefitting more from the construction of the second building on site. Read this article

Fanshawe alumna's continued success
Fanshawe alumna and Entertainment Tonight (ET) Canada host Cheryl Hickey has come a long way since her days as a broadcast journalism student. Read this article

Fanshawe graduate wins the 2016 Premier's Award in technology field
Chris Gower, chief operator officer of buildings at PCL Construction Inc., was named the recipient of the 2016 Premier's Award in the technology field, according to a Fanshawe press release. Read this article

Break-ins around campus leave students on edge
With the holidays coming around the corner and students going home, the fear of student break-ins are not uncommon. Read this article

Youth access to vaping products up in smoke as per new Health Canada regulations
Health Canada has introduced a legislation to deter youth from accessing vaping products. As an amendment to the former Tobacco Act, the new Tobacco and Vaping Products Act now includes vapour-based products as a separate class to be regulated. Read this article

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Minister Coteau: An attempt to make Ontario racism free
The Anti-Racism Directorate aims to make Ontario racism free by hosting community meetings across the province of Ontario to hear the public's ideas on addressing systemic racism. Read this article

Fanshawe board member recognized as community leader
He's the chair of Fanshawe's Board of Governors, but he's just been named a community leader. John Leitch was the winner of the Community Leadership Award at the tenth Pillar non-profit Community Innovation Awards. Read this article


What Does Kerra Seay?: And the story goes on
So now that the fustercluck that was the 2016 U.S. presidential election is over and done with, I'm going to actually have so spend some time trying to find something interesting in politics to talk about. Read this article

Rumours of Grace: The God who picks up rags
Give yourself a bizarre experience this Christmas: read the two stories - both almost 2,000 years old - of the birth of Christ, of Jesus. They are both contained in the Christian Bible. Read this article

Twelve wishes of Christmas for the Fanshawe international students
Going back in time, one can wander and wonder about what we used to want and desire for this merry day. Read this article

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Reyno Rants: These five study tips will make sure to get you on the dean's list
Now I'm not pointing any fingers here but a lot of people did extraordinarily bad on their midterms. Read this article

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Reyno Rants: Crappy Christmas carols: Why I can't stand Christmas music
Christmas music is perhaps the most excruciatingly painful part of the holiday season. It even ranks worse than working at Walmart on Christmas Eve, trust me I've done it and it's not pretty. Read this article


DIY Christmas Cards
Rather than just buying the generic store-bought Christmas cards this year, why not impress your friends and family and make your own unique cards. They're fun, cheap and easy to make and look professional once they are done. Read this article

The quintessential gift guide for any music lover
Ah yes, the music lover. This person can simultaneously be the easiest and most difficult person to buy for this holiday season. Read this article

Wreckord reviews: The Weeknd still can't feel his face
Starboy, released Nov. 25, comes in at a daunting 18 tracks, and I'm not talking about a deluxe edition, there are seriously 18 grueling songs on this 68-minute album. Read this article

The little-big things you never remark before they strike
Let's imagine that you've decided to put money on an event with a random outcome. For example, someone tosses a coin, and you need to guess whether it's head or tail. Sounds simple, isn't it? Read this article

Getting rid of your tattoos on a student budget
Getting rid of tattoos has become a great headache for some students once they are ready for their professional life. Read this article

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Holiday holdout
Holdout on the holiday weight gain and try this four-day routine. Repeat every four days or add an active rest day; for example, go for a walk, sledding, skating, etc. Read this article

Top five things to do over the holidays
There's no need to be sliding into everyone's DMs this holiday season when you can go sliding down a large snow hill instead. Read this article

Deck the halls with crappy movies
The holiday season has but one eternal purpose - inspiring dozens of weird, awful, quirky and sometimes scarring Christmas movies. Read this article

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Crime prevention tip of the week
As 2016 comes to an end and the Christmas holidays approach we'll start this week's tip with some shopping safety. Oddly enough these ideas work all year long. Read this article

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Someone tells you what you already know, but you needed to hear it again, anyway. Take a sweeping circular glance at the world that you're building. Read this article

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Course Contemplation: Electrical techniques program
Scientist. Engineer. Technologist. Technician. Techniques. These are words synonymous with the School of Applied Science and Technology at Fanshawe College. Read this article

Nail your look this Christmas
Winter is here, which also means dry, flaky skin and cracked hands. It's time to give your hands a little TLC and a makeover with these cute and festive nail designs. Read this article

Book lover's gift guide
One of the best parts about the holidays is receiving new books to read. London has numerous amounts of unique smaller bookstores. Whether that person on your list is into science fiction, romance, classic literature or comics, or is looking for the latest read, there is something for everyone at these bookstores. Read this article

Sweeter than your Christmas candy cane
'Tis the #szn to be warming up the homes and hearts of loved ones, and there really is no better way to take on this literal meaning by cooking up a special holiday meal. Read this article

Gift guide for vintage fans
Stumped on what gift to get for that ultra-hip friend of yours? A happy medium must be struck between mainstream and alternative. Check out these London vintage stores filled to the brim with handmade accessories and artsy knick-knacks. Read this article

The cinephile's gift guide
Signs of a cinephile in your life most likely include frequent quoting of Citizen Kane, an encyclopedic knowledge of German Expressionism and several impressively maintained film blogs exploring the subtle nods Lynch makes to Wilder in Mulholland Drive. Read this article

'Tis the season to celebrate more than Christmas
Christmas is traditionally a Christian festival, celebrated annually by billions of people religiously and culturally. For most, what comes to mind: is gift giving, caroling, Christmas music, an advent calendar, pine trees, bright lights and big turkey meals. Read this article

Gift Guide The Workaholic
For the friends that just can't seem to get themselves out of their office or workspace, instead of asking them to leave their agenda behind, help make their time spent working more enjoyable. Read this article

Secret Santa: a secret guide
All of winter's holiday spirit, seasonal snow and hot chocolate by the fire makes the best of Christmas, but most wonderful of all are the gifts. What better way to bring groups of people together than by exchanging little offerings for each other? Read this article

Tea gift guide
It's time to grab a cup of cheer and make room on your Christmas gift list for your tea-loving friends. Buying your friend some tea would just be too easy and doesn't show much effort or creativity on your part. Read this article


T'is the season for winter tires
Well folks, we're now into the winter season, and if you've lived in Canada for some time now, you'll know that messy weather is on its way. Read this article

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