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Women with whisks: London's female culinary scene
The culinary scene has never been better in London, thanks to the women behind the counter. Read more

Raising the Bar educates public to make music events safer
Raising the Bar, an initiative created by The Canadian Live Music Association, in collaboration with Anova, Over the Bridge and the London Juno host committee, launched in London on March 4. Read more

Fanshawe to hold "Fanshawe Live" street festival in anticipation of the Juno Awards
Fanshawe College, in collaboration with Dundas Place, the Fanshawe Alumni Team, Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) and the Juno Awards, will host Fanshawe Live: Dundas Place. Read more

Wake up! Amber Alerts save lives
Like most people in the late evening of Feb. 14, I was lying in bed. As I scrolled through my phone, suddenly something popped up on my screen which immediately panicked me: an Amber Alert. Read more

Southwestern Ontario ranks second in registered organ donation
A recent study found that southwestern Ontario is the second highest area in Ontario for registered organ donation, following northern Ontario. Read more

London Health Sciences Centre teaching civilians how to "Stop the Bleed"
The Stop the Bleed course has been taught in the United States since 2015, but is now being introduced as a monthly program at LHSC. Read more

A breakdown of Canada's newly implemented Food Guide
On Jan. 22, Health Canada revealed a revamped version of Canada's Food Guide, replacing the outdated 2007 food guide. Read more

London Heritage Council to hold seventh annual Heritage Fair
In anticipation for the upcoming 2019 JUNO Awards hosted in London, the theme of the seventh annual London Heritage Fair will be Oldies but Goodies: London's Music Heritage. Read more

How to get back into "school mode" after the holidays
Whether or not you want to believe it, it is an inevitable fact that winter break is over. Read more

Newly elected councillor makes local history
Arielle Kayabaga, the first black female city councillor in London, was inspired to run because of the lack of representation in politics. Read more

Fanshawe students hold art show in collaboration with London Arts Council and McCormick Dementia Services
Fanshawe, the McCormick Care Foundation and the London Arts Council recently held an event to help raise awareness of the benefits of art therapy programs for those living with dementia. Read more

Fanshawe professor first woman to win prestigious aviation award
Nikki Anderson, along with her husband Tim Anderson, were awarded the Gordon B. Rayner award for their contributions to the aircraft maintenance industry, at the annual Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) conference hosted by the AME association of Ontario. Read more

Award-winning journalist, Sally Armstrong visits Western University
Award-winning journalist, author, and political activist Sally Armstrong visited Western University on Nov. 8. Read more

Fanshawe's Jade Kovacevic awarded CCAA Women's Soccer Player of the Year
Fanshawe soccer player Jade Kovacevic was named the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women's Soccer Player of the Year at a championship banquet in Coquitlam, B.C.. Read more

Progression: Movember is back for another year
Movember, an organization aimed at raising awareness for men's health is held annually in the month of November and is in full swing in London once again this year. Read more

MADD London to kickstart annual Project Red Ribbon campaign in early November
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) London chapter kicked off the 31st annual Project Red Ribbon Saturday, Nov. 3, MADD Canada's longest running and most well-known awareness campaign. Read more

Student organization lowers food waste
In January of 2017, Divyansh Ojha and his cousin, Aditya Ojha, were driving by a grocery store when they noticed the store was throwing out a massive amount of tomatoes. Read more

Trauma and Treatment weekend returns to Fanshawe this month
Trauma and Treatment weekend will be back at Fanshawe on Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20. Read more

tbk Creative awarded Consumer Choice Award for fourth consecutive year
This year, tbk Creative has won the Consumer Choice award for the fourth consecutive year. Read more

Exploring London's first vegan food bank
Brennan Moore began his journey with veganism two and a half years ago. Read more

Fanshawe professor creates award-winning film based on her struggles with infertility
Fanshawe professor, Kari Townsend (pictured above with her daughter) discussed how her film, Girl of My Dreams, has impacted people struggling with infertility as well as on the topic of adoption. Read more

Fanshawe Student Union hosts Student Impact Gala to celebrate volunteers
On April 12, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) held its first annual Student Impact Gala in the Oasis. Volunteers of the FSU were honoured for their dedication and hard work contributed over the past school year. Read more

Record Store Day: A day celebrating the cultural aspect of record stores
Record Stores have been around for decades selling vintage and new vinyl records. Even as technology advances and other ways of listening to music have been invented, many still prefer vinyl. Read more

London holds March for Our Lives protest
On Feb. 14, 2018, 17 students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla,. were brutality murdered after an expelled student entered the school with an AR-15 assault rifle and started firing. Read more

Local photographers take London by storm
Interrobang sat down with London photographers Avery Schaffer, 19, Braden Dam, 20, and Keith Tanner, 22, to discuss their background and thoughts on the ongoing photography movement in London. Read more

High school to post-secondary: The stereotypes live on
I am definitely not the first person to notice that there is a stigma around college-level courses. Many believe that taking university-level courses means that you are more intelligent than those in college-level courses. Read more

Fanshawe student's encounter with Hedley
Many fans may be shocked about the recent sexual misconduct allegations against the Canadian poprock band, Hedley. From cancelled concerts, award performances, opening acts and being dropped from their management team, all due to alleged cases of sexual misconduct over the years, including with underage girls. Read more

Five ways to practise self-care on a budget
Getting caught up with life is easy. Between class, homework, extra-curricular activities, your job, household chores or devoting time to your significant other, it can be hard to come across some 'me time'. Read more

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