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Interrobang issue for Friday, October 19th, 2018

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Fanshawe announces smoke-free policy
Fanshawe College has announced it will make its campuses entirely smoke-free as of Nov. 1, 2018. Read more

Advocates protest review of Fair Workplaces Act
Workers' rights advocates gathered across provincial campuses and public spaces to protest the Ford government's vow to review the former Liberal government's Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act. Read more

Jumpstart your future with the Ignite Career Conference
The Ignite Careers Conference is right around the corner on Nov. 3. Students will be in for a real treat by learning some interesting material for their future and hearing from Fanshawe grad and keynote speaker Nicole Snobelen. Read more

London Votes: What mayoral candidates are saying about economic development
London may be a university/college town, but the question of what to do after graduation is never far from students' minds. Read more

Fanshawe opens new biotechnology facility
Fanshawe unveiled its new Centre for Advanced Research and Innovation in biotechnology (CARIB) during a grand opening ceremony on Oct. 9. Read more

Fanshawe alumna manages Dundas Place
Savanah Sewell, the newly appointed manager for Dundas Place, has a lot of history with London. Read more

Fanshawe's Leap Junction launches Leap Talks
Fanshawe's Leap Junction is hoping to educate students about entrepreneurship and encourage more students to consider starting their own business. Read more

Fanshawe alumni earn spots on Twenty in their 20s list
Business London magazine published the 2018 Twenty in their 20s list in their October issue. Fanshawe alumni took six of those spots. Read more

Speaker shows students upside of climate change
Climate advocate and entrepreneur Peter Boyd had a message for Fanshawe: there is an upside to climate change. Read more


Going smoke-free is a violation to some folks
In recent years a number of properties such as colleges and universities, hospitals and sport stadiums have gone completely smoke-free. Read more

The ethics of Jesus, part three: Adultery
Committing adultery is something clearly not seen as a wise move even in Jesus' time, but it still happened from time to time. Read more


Listening and understanding John Butler Trio's Home
The Australian group known as John Butler Trio released their seventh studio album Home just last month. Read more

New Reforest London program to get elementary school students involved
Reforest London is known in the community for trying to turn London back into the Forest City. Read more

Exploring the Layers of Art: Fine art grad featured in season's first satellite exhibition
Satellite Project Space is composed of four significant London, Ont. arts institutions: Fanshawe College, Museum London, Western University and McIntosh Gallery. Read more

Haunted places in London
With Halloween right around the corner, now is a good time to learn about the number of haunted spots in and around London. Read more

Health and Fitness: Keeping fitness fun during the Halloween season
Boo! Don't lose your wits and your will this Halloween season. Be prepared for the costumes, parties, pumpkin picking and charging through the haunted houses like a pro. Read more


Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Positive change is heading your way. Your emotions will escalate and the response you receive from someone will help you make a tough decision. Read more

Collections presents a Halloween party for the community
East Edge Press Works brings out Collections: A Gathering Place Unlike Any Other to it's building at 790 Dundas St., in London. Read more

Seven in Heaven truly horror-ible
With too many holes in the plot, flatline characters and overall not enough explanation of certain aspects of the film are about, Seven in Heaven is not the best horror film to check out. Read more


Falcons golf member named CCAA Coach of the Year
Fanshawe's varsity golf head coach Colin Robertson, was named this year's Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Coach of the year. Read more

Women's soccer team has a record-breaking season
Fanshawe women's soccer player, Jade Kovacevic has set a new Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) record for the most goals scored in a single season. Read more

Motoring - A hybrid supercar: the 2018 Acura NSX
As far as automotive legends go, few cars can match the Acura NSX. It was the first Japanese sports car that could rightfully compete with the likes of Ferrari or Porsche. Read more

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