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What to expect from sports in 2021
Many, if not all industries in 2020 had to shift their operations to make work environments safe from the global COVID-19 pandemic. The same could be said about the sports industry. Read this article

Working out during a pandemic
When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, gyms and fitness centres were forced to close down to curb the spread of the virus. Read this article

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Middlesex Community Living is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities in the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc. It partners with people to realize their value as full, contributing citizens in their community. Read this article

Welcome to the next generation of gaming
There are two new consoles that have been out on the market recently that create a whole new generation of gaming. Read this article

Fix my sport: Baseball needs to keep up with dying attention spans
From cheating - hello, Houston - to labour relations, we can all agree that baseball has its fair share of issues. Read this article
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Mustangs Athletics remains optimistic despite OUA cancellations
It was a tough day for Canadian university sports as Ontario University Athletics (OUA) decided to cancel the remainder of the 2020-21 sports season on Oct. 15. Read this article

A history of athletes taking political stances
Athletes are just like celebrities. Everyone watches them and idolizes them. And lately, we have seen athletes take a stand in the political sphere. Read this article

Fanshawe makes history in OPSE Hearthstone match
The Ontario post-secondary Esports (OPSE) league officially launched this fall, giving gamers across the province the chance to compete on behalf of their college or university. Read this article

How "bubble environments" are safer for the players
The bubble that the NHL and the NBA created for their respective leagues was a unique experience and ensured everyone stayed safe. Read this article

Canadian student-athletes will no longer be tested for cannabis
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) will stop screening student-athletes for cannabis in U Sports and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), allowing athletes to test positive during in-competition months without penalty. Read this article

How can gaming improve your mental health?
One of my ways of relieving stress after a long workload of a day, is to play a few hours of video games. Some of the fun video games I play are competitive, like Rocket League. But there are also times where I just want to play a game because of a good story, like Batman: Arkham CityRead this article

Professional athletes are humans, too
All the major sport icons like Lebron James, Tom Brady, Serena Williams and others have thousands to millions of people looking up to them. But it can be very hard for some athletes to be a role model and like humans, athletes as well do carry a lot of mental demons with them. Read this article

Fanshawe Athletics names first esports head coach
Fanshawe Athletics has announced Tyler Hetherington as the College's first esports head coach. Read this article

The new world of sports amid a pandemic
With the COVID-19 pandemic that has been in effect in our lives, everything from the way you work, the way politics is run and even sports have changed. Read this article

Fanshawe Athletics on the lookout for Esports players
Attention gamers: now is your chance to show your true mettle. Fanshawe Athletics has put out the call for videogame enthusiasts to try out for the first ever Fanshawe Esports team. Read this article

OCAA suspends 2020 fall season
The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) is officially suspending varsity sports and recreation activities across the province for the fall semester. Read this article

Falcons' curling reflects on Nationals while other sport leagues shut down globally
As the NBA, NHL, MLB, and other sport leagues around the world suspended their games because of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Curling Championships was one of the few tournaments that finished on schedule with extra health and safety precautions. Read this article

Chuot Angou first Falcon to receive CCAA women's basketball player of the year honour
Chuot Angou received the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) women's basketball player of the year honour, a first for Fanshawe's women's basketball. She also earned a CCAA All-Canadian title. Read this article

The 2020 Honda Accord 1.5 Touring: A family sedan in an SUV world
Honda might not offer the variety with the Accord nameplate as it once did, but 2020 Honda Accord 1.5 Touring is still a good car with lots of tech. Read this article

Women's basketball advances to Nationals
The Falcons' women's basketball team have once again earned their place as reigning provincial champions. Read this article

2020 BMW 750Li: Cruise missile
For the last 43 years, if you've been in the market for the ultimate luxury vehicle, one of the best answers has been the BMW 7 Series. Read this article

Women's basketball team clinches Provincial Championship spot
On Feb. 29, the Fanshawe Falcons women's basketball team were on home court for the final time this season, in a win-or-go-home playoff game against the Loyalist Lancers. Read this article

Falcons' women's volleyball advances to Nationals, men's volleyball concludes season
The Fanshawe Falcons' men's and women's volleyball teams finished their Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Provincial Championships run. Read this article

Badminton duo heads to Nationals
Two Fanshawe Falcons badminton stars are heading to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Badminton National Championships. Read this article

2020 Jaguar F-Pace SVR: A super utility vehicle
If you want an SUV that can turn heads and attract a crowd at car meets, this F-Pace SVR is as good as it gets. Read this article

Falcons clinch medals, guaranteed spot in OCAA Provincial Championships
The Fanshawe Falcons badminton and curling teams added some more Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) medals to the Fanshawe Athletics' growing collection. Read this article

Falcons honour seniors at final home games
On Feb. 20, the Fanshawe Falcons honoured their five-year seniors before both the women's and men's basketball teams played their final home game of the regular season. Read this article

Ontario Summer Games returning to London
The Forest City is going to host the Ontario Summer Games for a second time. Read this article

Fanshawe to host 2021 Women's Basketball National Championship
The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), and Fanshawe Athletics announced that Fanshawe will host the 2021 CCAA Women's Basketball Championship. Read this article

2020 Subaru Legacy Limited: Year-round traction
Subaru thinks the world has not gone all SUV/CUV, and hence still has sedan offerings. I just spent a week in their latest - the 2020 Legacy Limited, to see if it's any good. Read this article

2020 Kia Sedona SX Tech: A luxury minivan
The third-generation model of the Kia Sedona (Carnival, as it's known in other parts of the world) has been with us since 2014, and not much has changed in all this time. Read this article

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