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Siemens donates new grant to Fanshawe Applied Science and Technology department
On Jan. 25, Fanshawe engineering students gained a new opportunity for success with an in-kind grant from Siemens Canada, worth a commercial value over $248 million. Read this article

Premier visits aviation technology students
Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, stopped by Fanshawe's Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology, on Jan. 24 as part of her list of recent campus tours. Read this article

Trudeau still has work ahead of him
As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues his town hall talks, his liberal cabinet retreat in tow and with a new American president now in the office, Canadians are continuing to see how Trudeau is able to handle everything that's been coming his way. Read this article

Go booze free for dry February
Dry February is a month long online fundraiser that challenges participants to go alcohol free for the month of February to help raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. Read this article

Kevin O'Leary in the race for Conservative leadership
Businessman and reality TV star Kevin O'Leary made a late bid for leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada in mid-January. Read this article

Film festival taps into power of smartphones
The Western Smartphone Film Festival is gearing up for their screening of student-shot short films on Feb. 4. The festival, now in its second year, sets itself apart by its content: every film is shot entirely with a phone camera. Read this article

London city hall considering the removal of all city-owned vending machines
Public health was discussed over a city hall plan to ban all pop and candy machines from London city-owned facilities. Read this article

Find your inner leader
In collaboration between the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) and Fanshawe, students are presented the opportunity to attend Launching Leader, a one-day student leadership conference. Read this article

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Climate change will have Canada experiencing milder weather
A recent study conducted by Karin van der Wiel, a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University and the Geophysical Fluid Mechanics Laboratory, indicates that Canada will see milder weather. Read this article

Opinion

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Rumours of Grace: Political gods and demagogues
Someone asked me the other day if I thought that the new U.S. president is the antichrist. I replied that as far as I know he is just a man, an ordinary human like the rest of us, neither totally evil nor good. Read this article

What Does Kerra Seay?: Alternative facts, alternative reality
While the list of President Donald Trump's inadequacies would take more than the 500 word allotment I have for this article, I'm going to focus on just one today. His ego. Read this article

Lifestyles

Don't get duped by direct marketing
While direct marketing seems like a decent way to pay rent, the companies utilizing this tool are doing so to provide an air of legitimacy to their business dealings. Read this article

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A meal plan that works
Healthy eating is easy and hard at the same time. Many people make excuses that it takes too long or too much work or it's too expensive. Read this article

Beauty Boy: Line those lips
One of the most overlooked makeup products are lip liners. Lip liners are actually a great way to make your lips look bigger and can create a highly precise look as well as make your lipstick stay on much longer. Read this article

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Romance will now begin a phase of emotional fulfillment and social acceptance. Previously hidden or withheld feelings will now come to the surface. Read this article

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Course Contemplation: Social service worker program: Regular versus fast track
The social service worker program is a generalist program that covers a lifespan of individuals. It is most suitable for people who are devoted to helping others wherever and whenever they need help. Read this article

Fanshawe grad uses business to create social change
Fanshawe graduate and entrepreneur Tyler Bryden has a lot to be proud of. His marketing and production company SixFive Interactive has just hired on a new employee and has an established office space in Innovation Works, a big step for the propel entrepreneurship program graduates. Read this article

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Crime prevention tip of the week
Walking to the college has been a bit of a challenge of lately; therefore, discussing pedestrian safety has become abundantly important. Due to the varied times of classes and the shortage of daylight during the winter, there will be times when you are walking in the dark. Read this article

Practice makes prime prepping perfection: job interviews
No matter how many times you've been interviewed for a job, whether it's McDonald's or one of the biggest law firms in Canada, it's always a nerve-racking experience. Read this article

Job Hunting Tools 101
Sometimes it can feel like there are literally no jobs out there; however, the truth is that there are so many right underneath your nose, you just may not know where to look. Read this article

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How to make the perfect cover letter
A cover letter is a formal document that should be tailored to a business letter format. The header of this one page document is the same as one's resume. It is an extension of a resume that allows future employers to see why you are the right candidate for the job. Read this article

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How to make the perfect resume
A resume is a marketing document that serves to showcase what a person has to offer to potential employers. The top should include basic contact information, including an email that is professional-sounding. Read this article

Sports

Motoring: 2017 Subaru Legacy 2.5 Touring: Car of the Year?
Back in 2015, the Automotive Journalist Association of Canada (AJAC) awarded the Subaru Legacy with their Car of the Year crown. That surprised many, because the Legacy model largely goes ignored these days. Read this article

Anique Daley: A true star on and off the court
Fourth year women's basketball player Anique Daley is a star on and off the court. Not only is she fifth overall for points on the team with 93, but she's also one of most athletic players in the OCAA according to head coach Bill Carriere. Read this article

Knights' Night: New faces making immediate impact for Knights
The OHL trade deadline has been extremely kind to the London Knights so far. The additions of Dante Salituro, Mitch Vande Sompel and Mitchell Stephens have made an already talented team even better. Read this article


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