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Acrylic Values exhibit
Six months after COVID-19 restrictions pushed a second-year exhibition online in late March, students in Fanshawe's Fine Art Advanced Diploma program were at last able to show off their hard work in person. Read more

Here we are now, entertain us
When things get bad, we look to humour, we look for entertainment. I think that people need a laugh right now of just about any kind to be able to get through the day. Read more

10 methods of protection (pandemic edition)
Contrary to common belief, the pull-out method is not on the top the list for a way to avoid conception. Read more

Wearing a mask during sex is the new kink. Can dating handle it?
More and more restrictions are seeping into every part of our lives requiring a level of discipline I don't believe everyone possess. This will lead to and has led to conspiracy theories questioning the legitimacy of the pandemic, arguably endangering all of our lives. But I understand. Read more

London's trans healthcare resources and LGBTQ2+ support groups
Trans healthcare resources still have a long way to go, but London is doing a great job of providing resources for those who need it. Read more

Your local relationship and sexual health resources
Here are several resources on and off campus that can help you when you have sexual health or relationship troubles. Read more

Types of STIs and debunking myths
Sex is a part of human nature and for some a favourite pastime, but be sure you know what you are getting into before indulging in sexual pleasures. Read more

Stress Release: How to incorporate masturbation into your self-care routine
Taking time for ourselves has become an essential part of self-preservation amidst a tumultuous and draining year. Read more

Having fun with yourself: How to find your go-to sex toy
The vaginal orgasm - so elusive, it's thought to be a myth by some researchers. Read more

Horoscopes
Refuse to let what others do upset you. Give others the freedom to ensure you are granted the same in return. Read more

Students are still searching for love in a pandemic
Dating is awkward. Now, add face masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing bubbles to the mix and it gets even weirder. Read more

A History of Mental Health Therapies
here is no better way to illustrate the misconceptions of the unknown than taking a look at the history of mental illness - from how it was received by society, diagnosed by physicians and treated by individuals who really did not know what they were doing. Read more

Spirituality's Helping Hand
A list of spiritual activities, both religious and secular, that can possibly help towards living with or battling mental illness. Read more

Scrolling endlessly through TikTok won't make you less stressed, but exercise will
It's no surprise that exercise is essential for good health, yet many people struggle with making it a habit. Read more

Adding COVID-19 to our already complicated lives
We all have moments of anxiety in our lives, but some of us live with mental health issues constantly. So, how are we doing mentally during this crazy time, and more importantly, if we already deal with mental health issues, how are we managing now? Read more

What does it mean to have an Addiction?
An addiction is defined as an uncontrollable craving for a substance or action that results in the brain receiving immediate satisfaction, even it is harmful to the individual. Read more

Stress and sleep make for strange bedfellows
It is a bit of a universal struggle in dealing with stress: that push for deadlines, the constant distractions of working from home, and more importantly in today's world of the new normal, making that distinction between work and home. Read more

Mental Health services on and around campus
Post-secondary schooling can be a difficult time for everyone, with assignments and classes that can pile up, causing stress or anxiety. On top of everything else, we're all trying to carry on as normal while the world undergoes drastic changes. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Keep moving forward. A steady pace will help you reach your destination with the least amount of interference. Read more

Emotional burnout: resistance is futile
I've never watched a presidential debate live, before now. Admittedly, I did not pay close attention to U.S. politics until 2016, when shit got real - and continued to get more and more real over the past four years. Read more

Fanshawe counselling services go virtual amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Fanshawe College has always offered a myriad of mental health services, whether it be private counselling sessions or group workshops. But how have counselling and accessibility services adapted amidst new social distancing guidelines? Read more

Healthcare heroes coping with mental health amidst pandemic
Healthcare workers all over the world are doing their best to keep populations safe and healthy in this virus-ridden time. Read more

The Social Dilemma: What is the truth?
After 16 years of a world ran by Facebook, many of us are beginning to break out of the spell and return to reality. Read more

Off-campus housing: Tips for finding your home away from home
Student housing on campus can be quite expensive. A cheaper option is to look for housing located off of campus. Finding the perfect place can be a tedious process, so here are some tips and tricks that can help you make a decision you won't regret. Read more

Affordable and delicious food in London
London is one of the best cities around when it comes to great food, yet fast food can detract from local businesses. This list will feature affordable, healthy options, as well as some unhealthy ones (but hey, who doesn't have a cheat day?). Read more

A mini guide to financial aid
School is hard enough, but the true challenge of attending college or university lies in the thought of how you’re going to pay for it all. Read more

Fanshawe and Western campus maps
Download maps of Fanshawe and Western's campuses. Read more

The DOs and DO NOTs of our new reality
Just when you think you've adjusted to the new reality of a global pandemic, you have to adjust all over again to going to college. It's challenging to create an entirely new set of habits in a short amount of time, and disorienting when you have to worry about school on top of everything else. Read more

Places of worship in London
Presented is a guide to places of worship that are local to Fanshawe's Oxford Street campus and Western's Main Campus, as well those that have limited alternatives in London. Please note this list is by no means exhaustive to all of London's places of worship. Read more

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