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Interrobang Editor Hannah Theodore catches you up on what’s making news this week at Fanshawe. Fashion design students create new covers for the simulation lab massage tables, Smash Wrestling returns to Fanshawe in 2023 and Broadway in London brings live theatre to Budweiser Gardens.
Interrobang Reporter Johan George highlights the stories making news this week at Fanshawe. The City of London announces its Downtown for the Holidays campaign, Fanshawe’s The Story pop-up shop returns, and International students offer some words of encouragement to current students.
Interrobang Editor Hannah Theodore catches you up on what’s making news this week at Fanshawe. Masking is now being encouraged on all Fanshawe campuses, and the Ont. government is working with Mitacs to offer students more paid internships.
Interrobang Reporter Johan George highlights the stories making news this week at Fanshawe. The federal government is permanently eliminating student loan interest, Fanshawe has a new gaming room and a Fanshawe student film was nominated for an award at The Canadian International Fashion Film Festival (CANIFFF).
Interrobang Reporter Kate Otterbein highlights Fanshawe’s news stories of the week. Fanshawe grads and students were featured in Business London’s 2022 Twenty in Their 20s list, concerns are raised whether or not Canada can go completely gas-run vehicle free by 2035, and we share tips for grocery shopping with heightened inflation.
Interrobang Reporter Johan George highlights the stories making news this week at Fanshawe. King Cruff signed to Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Records, Fanshawe Access Studies is re-launching an entrepreneurship pilot program for new immigrants, and the London Abused Women’s Centre has launched their 13th annual Shine the Light On Women’s Abuse Campaign.