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Raised awareness of sexual violence increases province-wide need for counsellors
Over three years ago, an anonymous Fanshawe student was sexually assaulted by someone she didn't know. As she subsequently pursued a legal case against her attacker, she sought out support from the Sexual Assault Centre of London (SACL) in the summer of 2016. Read this article

"Brewfing" part of public nuisance bylaw
The City of London is cracking down on large gatherings involving drinking on rooftops, also known as brewfing. London City Council passed a motion amending public nuisance bylaw to include the activity. Read this article

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Don't be tricked by the scammers: National Top 10 Scams of 2016
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has compiled a list of National Top 10 Scams of 2016. BBB revealed that Canadians lost more in 2016 than in the previous two years. Read this article

Morganna Sampson crushes the competition and becomes the next FSU president
Fanshawe students voted and Morganna Sampson is the new Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) president 2017-2018. Sampson, who has been involved with the FSU for two years and is currently VP Entertainment, will begin her one year term on May 1. Read this article

Fanshawe makes highest contribution to United Way in its history
Fanshawe president Peter Devlin announced that Fanshawe had exceeded its United Way campaign goal. The goal was set at the beginning of the campaign in September 2016 and was exceeded by over a few thousand, reaching a record-setting $115,153. Read this article

New fund awards $15,000 ideas to student ideas
A newly announced innovation fund is looking to kickstart creativity in Ontario, and Fanshawe students and alum can apply. Read this article

LHSC provides pilot program
Noticing a gap in the mental health care system, the London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) in a collaboration with Addiction Services of Thames Valley and mindyourmind, has brought forth Cornerstone Counselling. Read this article

How the rise of gluten-free and vegan options affects peope with food allergies
According to the Allergy, Genes and Environment Network (Allergen), about 2.5 million Canadians have at least one food allergy. Restaurants, bakeries and other food and beverage businesses are working to be more accommodating. Read this article

Opinion

Reyno Rants: Are you dating Netflix?
With more than 93 million Netflix subscriptions worldwide, the streaming service has over three times more subscribers than Trump has Twitter followers. Read this article

What Does Kerra Seay?: This week in awful news
I'm a pessimist on a good day, and after the week the world just had I don't think you can blame me anymore. It's been a hell of a week, folks. Read this article

Rumours of Grace: Why I am subscribing to the New York Times
I admit that there are hours I get sucked into the vortex of news coming from the U.S. about President Trump. The commentary about his leadership is endless. CNN, Fox News, Breitbart, MSNBC and smaller news companies churn out video after video. Read this article

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Carl Sagan's fears continue to be true
Not many people from the general public know who Carl Sagan is. He was an astronomer, astrophysicist and cosmologist. Professor of astronomy and space science and director for the laboratory for planetary studies at Cornell University when he passed away. Read this article

Lifestyles

Logan is a bold, mature and heartfelt take on a superhero film
Logan is the 10th installment in the X-Men superhero film series and the third and final to feature Wolverine in which he embarks on a road trip in the dystopian future of 2029 to save a young mutant girl with powers similar to his own. Read this article

Wreckord Reviews: Learning math with Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran, everybody's favourite redheaded folk singer, is back with an impressive (exhaustive) 16 track deluxe album entitled Divide. Read this article

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Review what you have done in the past and apply what you discovered to a situation you face now. It will encourage you to go after a position that offers more clout. Read this article

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Exercises to help you out of you mid-semester lull
Need a mid-semester pick-me-up? This always seems to be that time of year when reality sets in (more studying, more stress) and resolutions are long gone. Read this article

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Delicious French toast n' drunken berry
With St. Patrick's Day coming up, you should really plan on eating something that will fill you up to begin your day. If this food happens to have some alcohol in it, well that is just convenient and delicious. Read this article

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Crime prevention tip of the week
With the warming weather, here are some things to keep in mind. Drinking alcohol in public can get expensive. You can drink legally in Ontario when you are 19. If you are in residence there are some rules over and above the Liquor Licence Act of Ontario you need to follow. Read this article

Beauty Boy: The war on dark circles
One of the most difficult complexion irregularities to correct is dark circles under the eyes due to the fact dark circles consist of hues of blue, purple and black. Read this article

Escape the world with LARPing
LARPing, or Live Action Role Playing, is more commonly explained to be similar to the board game Dungeons and Dragons, but playing it live with costumes instead of playing it on the board. Read this article

From comic books to film, superheroes soar to new heights
Comic books have been a popular source of reading material for generations and films featured around the characters of these stories have followed closely behind. Read this article

Cult over classic
Surrounding yourself in a theatre with thriving sounds and a large mantling screen, accompanied by a group of people with similar taste in film, is extraordinary. Read this article

Geek vs. nerd
Geek and nerds. Two terms that once would have you once being considered an outcast have since changed and are not necessarily a negative connotation. Read this article

The ultimate bookwork bookstore guide
Would you rather be reading a book above anything else? Do you decline going out on weekends just to spend time with a special book? Are you always having to convince your friends that the book is always better than the movie? Read this article

What to do when they want to eat you... Zombie apocalypse survival guide
Welcome to the apocalypse. It's half past three and the minutes are dragging by as Mr. Schneebly drones on about the benefits of getting an early start on the term project. Rambunctious kids go running down the hall and typical Friday afternoon chatter can be heard from the nearby cafeteria. Read this article

Diversity in the ears: get your geek on for local music
You are sitting in the car, windows rolled down with the local radio on. A new song is playing, and it's good... really good. Throughout the hour you hear the same song repetitively, and the like for its beautiful melodies grow stronger with each play. Read this article

Beginner's guide: Breakdown to EDM
Diversity comes in many shapes, sizes and musical make-up. As a music enthusiast, the difference in the types of electronic dance music (EDM) is observably diverse, it's like saying everybody is the same because they are human. Read this article

Geek Love: do these geeks have game?
Find your fictional soulmate. Is it Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Velma Dinkley, Hermione Granger, or maybe The Doctor? Read this article

Sports

Fanshawe grad shines bright in a sports journalist's dream
Even in high school, Caroline Cameron knew that broadcast journalism was the path she wanted to pursue in life. As a sports and news fan, Cameron's interests worked hand-in-hand. Read this article

Women's basketball become bronze medalists second year in a row
Fanshawe's women's basketball team competed in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Provincial Championships over the first weekend in March. After three difficult games, the team took home a bronze medal in a 72-56 win against the Seneca Sting. Read this article

Knights's Night: Knights need to tighten up for playoffs
The post-season is just around the corner in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and it's time for the London Knights to start acting that way. Since a 5-2 win in Kitchener on Feb. 10, the Knights have amassed a 5-4 record. Read this article

Motoring: 2017 BMW 750Li: A private jet for the road
In the last decade, if you wanted a super-luxury sedan that spoiled you with supreme comfort, the answer was not the BMW 7 series. Read this article


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