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Interrobang Reporter Johan George highlights the stories making news this week at Fanshawe. The hunger strike has ended in London as the city and The Forgotten 519 reach an agreement, the Ontario Professional Hairstylists Association has received government funding to launch a new support program for hairstyling students, and a new #y2k trend is going strong on TikTok.
Interrobang reporter Kate Otterbein highlights Fanshawe’s news stories of the week. The Forgotten 519 have initiated a hunger strike outside City Hall in London, Fanshawe’s Bakery and Pastry Arts Management program has gotten an upgrade, and Wilma, a female-only ride-share program kicks off this week.
What’s making news at Fanshawe this week? Fanshawe students can expect a normal looking fall semester as programs return to fully in-person delivery, Fanshawe’s radio station 106.9 The X is rebroadcasting the 2022 Share the Land concert, and Ribfest is back this weekend boasting a huge turnout of vendors at Victoria Park. All this and more in this week’s Video News Roundup.
Interrobang reporter Johan George recaps what’s making news this week at Fanshawe. A new “for women, by women” ride-share service is undergoing a test run here in London, an injury prevention specialist gives advice on how to stay out of the hospital this summer, and Fanshawe has hired a new Anti-Racism and Inclusion Specialist.
Interrobang video reporter Kate Otterbein recaps what’s making news at Fanshawe this week. The college unveiled a new $5 million welding lab, Counselling and Accessibility Services welcomed a new furry friend and the many opportunities of Fanshawe’s alternative pathways to education.
Interrobang Reporter Johan George recaps whats making news this week at Fanshawe this week. Fanshawe colleges mask mandates have officially lifted, the Forest City Film Festival pitches in with grants to help the southwestern Ontario film Industry grow, and fashion students offer budget friendly clothing options and an alteration service every Tuesday between 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.