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FSU presidential candidates address plans for stronger communication, student engagement
Forwell Hall filled with students eager to listen to the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) presidential Q and A on Oct. 3. Following speeches from both presidential candidates and potential directors for the Student Administrative Council (SAC), the floor was open for questions for Julia Brown, Ben Clements, Amanda Meunier, and Keren Nanneti. Read more

FSU By-election candidates
Learn about the candidates running in the FSU by-election. Voting takes place October 7 through October 10 through FOL. Read more

Don't get burned during Fire Prevention Week
As part of this year's Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 6 to 12), the School of Public Safety will be running an information campaign through the London Campus (Oxford Street). Read more

Student resources available on World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day raises awareness of mental health issues across the global community. Read more

Annual Pathways Fair shows education possibilities
On Oct. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Fanshawe College will hold its annual Pathways Fair in F Hallway on its main Oxford Street campus. Read more

Southwestern Ontario stories shared on screen
The 2019 Forest City Film Festival (FCFF) will run from Oct. 23-27. It will feature over 60 films, a Youth Film Festival, Industry Sessions. Read more

Take Back the Night protests gender-based violence, racism
On Sept. 26, those opposing violence against women gathered in Victoria Park as part of the annual international Take Back the Night march. Read more

Fanshawe students grapple with sickness
A new school year on campus means learning new things, making new friends, and - for many students - getting sick. Read more

Richmond and York re-opens
Drivers and cyclists facing downtown construction as part of their daily commute can rejoice as they cruise down Richmond Street. Read more

Fanshawe ranks first for graduate employment
A media release from Fanshawe College's corporate communications department announced on Sept. 25 that Key Performance Indicator (KPI) survey results found 90.3 per cent of Fanshawe graduates found jobs within six months of graduating. Read more

Fanshawe implementing more academic integrity measures
Fanshawe College, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU), and Library and Media Services are teaming up to remind students of academic integrity's importance. Read more

Larger crowd, less injuries and charges at FOCO 2019
The City of London's Unsanctioned Street Parties Task Force have acknowledged that their work will not end with Fake Homecoming (FOCO) 2019. Read more

FSU to host Mental Health Awareness Week
Oct.10 is World Mental Health Student Union (FSU) is hosting Mental Health Awareness Week from Oct. 7 to 11. Read more

FSU by-election: Let the campaigning begin
It's time to choose your Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) president for the rest of the 2019/2020 school year. Read more

Sex Toy Bingo raises funds for Bahamas
On Sept. 18, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) hosted its monthly Sex Toy Bingo, but this time for a good cause. Read more

Chlamydia in London highest among college-aged
The social side of education is the overpass of higher education that offers the greatest potential for the sharing of unwanted stimulus: sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Read more

MIA alumna first hip-hop artist to win Polaris Music Prize
The Fanshawe College and the London music community were excited to hear the news that Fanshawe music industry arts (MIA) alumna, Haviah Mighty, was awarded the Polaris Music Prize on Sept. 16. Read more

FSU presents Clubs Day
On Oct.1 the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) will be holding this year's Clubs Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in F Hallway. Read more

Walk commemorates young girl's life, 50 years after death
Fifty years after she was abducted and murdered, a young girl's life continues to be commemorated with the annual Oct. 4 Walk for Jackie English. Read more

Impact of deepfakes on federal election
With the federal election campaign in full swing, voters need to watch out for false information. Read more

Spectrum Fanshawe welcomes new members
A club supporting LGBTQIA2+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual, Two-Spirit, plus all others) individuals is running earlier than usual and looking forward to another year. Read more

Students answer call to action for climate change
London students walked out of classes on Sept. 20 to protest climate change inaction, as part of the global climate strike spurred by activist Greta Thunberg. Read more

City of London provides federal election resources
The City of London is preparing Londoners for the upcoming federal election (Oct. 21) with a suite of online resources. Read more

Post-secondary campus resources ensure student safety
There are resources on campus at post-secondary institutions to help you when you have experienced sexual violence, along with any other situation on campus where you feel unsafe. Read more

Half of Ontario campus radio stations could be at risk of closing
Half of campus radio stations are at risk of closing due to the provincial government's Student Choice Initiative (SCI), according to a New Democratic Party (NDP) media release. Read more

Country Music Awards return to London for a third year
The CMAOntario (Country Music Association of Ontario) Awards will be back in London for a hat-trick from May 29 to 31, 2020. Read more

Fanshawe student awarded 2019 Women in Tech Scholarship
Fanshawe College, in partnership with London-based marketing agency tbk Creative, recently awarded a $6,000 scholarship to Breanna Trachsell, a first-year interactive design student. Read more

Fanshawe thanks Princess Auto Foundation for support
The Fanshawe College Foundation recognized the Princess Auto Foundation's generosity throughout the years on Sept. 17. Read more

Finance and wealth management program collecting interest
Fanshawe College's Lawrence Kinlin School of Business and Western University affiliate King's University College offer a four-year finance and wealth management collaborative program. Read more

FSU helping those affected by Hurricane Dorian
You can help those affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas by donating food, hygiene products, and clothing donations. Read more

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