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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

Fanshawe special constables now carrying naloxone kits
Fanshawe College is making moves to target the growing public health concern of opioid overdoses. 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

Fanshawe professor refuses to wear a mask
Deven Taylor, A Fanshawe College welding instructor, has openly expressed his refusal to wear a mask while on campus. Read more

Fanshawe students can now get tested for COVID-19 at two campus locations
Students enrolled at Fanshawe College can get tested for COVID-19 without leaving campus. Read more

StatsCan: One in 10 female postsecondary students experience unwanted sexual behaviour at school
New statistics from Stats Canada show that 11 per cent of students identifying as women and 4 per cent of students identifying as men were sexually assaulted in a postsecondary setting in 2019.  Read more

FSU adapts to COVID-19 restrictions
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is preparing to adapt several of its key resources as students return for an unconventional school year. Read more

London Police launch Project LEARN as students return to school
London Police Services launched Project LEARN (Liquor Enforcement and Reduction of Noise) on Sept. 6. Read more

Body positivity is not what we need right now
It's a bit baffling, that in the midst of a racial awakening, global pandemic, and a nation literally on fire, that some of the rhetoric this summer still had to do with losing weight. Read more

Londoners protest in solidarity in Wet'suwet'en
On Feb. 28, Idle No More-London, Red Warriors, and Climate Justice London held an emergency protest in solidarity with Tyendinaga and Wet'suwet'en. Read more

New research fund helping develop students' digital marketing skills
A new competition co-funded by Northern Commerce and Fanshawe College is giving students the chance to put their digital marketing skills to the test. Read more

New supports coming for Fanshawe military students
On Friday Feb. 21, Colonel Jason Guiney and Fanshawe president Peter Devlin signed a new memorandum supporting military personnel attending college. Read more

Fanshawe to host human trafficking conference
On Feb. 28, Fanshawe College will host a conference discussing human trafficking, featuring various speakers on the subject from London. Read more

No vacation this reading week? No problem!
While I won't deny that a vacation would do me pretty good right now, the truth is that staying around campus over reading week is actually kind of magical. Read more

London Police help protect students during reading week
On Feb. 5, Cst. Catherine Fountain visited Fanshawe College, along with auxiliary officer Barbara Jovanovic, to teach students about campus security. Read more

Big year ahead for growing Fanshawe 'family'
Esther's Family has been growing and expanding in exciting ways since their departure from Fanshawe. Read more

Annual heritage fair to honour history of WWII
The Heritage Fair is a chance to get closer to history, honour Canada's veterans, and learn a little more about the connection that London has to the Second World War. Read more

Oscar nominations disappoint again
Another awards season, another conversation about diversity. I have to wonder: If we talk about this every year, why does nothing change? Read more

Annual MIA charity concert fast approaching
Students of Fanshawe's music industry arts (MIA) program are gearing up for the culmination of months of hard work. Read more

Triggers in the news: Surviving the Weinstein trials
News of Harvey Weinstein's behaviour and the bravery of the women who came forward popularized the #MeToo Movement. Read more

Fanshawe professor paves way for artists with disabilities
New exhibit highlights the works of Londoner Gerard Pas, a disabled artist whose battle with polio left him culturally and socially isolated due to an atrophied leg. Read more

Western remembers victims of flight PS752
A memorial service was held in Alumni Hall last night to honour the four Western University students who lost their lives in the downing of flight PS752. Read more

Fanshawe pop-up shop combines sustainability and storytelling
The third floor of Goodwill Centre on Horton Street was transformed into a sustainable fashion pop-up shop last Thursday night. Read more

Fanshawe's downtown addition wins award
The team behind the design of 130 Dundas Street has been recognized with an Urban Design Award from the City of London for their innovative reuse of the former Kingsmill's department store building. Read more

Holiday gift guide for coffee lovers
Dark roast, light roast, espressos, decaf; coffee lovers know what they like, which means it may be hard to know what to buy these curators of caffeine. Read more

Giving back to the scene with Lost in Japan
It's been a whirlwind of success for Lost in Japan since the London locals graduated from Fanshawe's music industry arts (MIA) program three years ago. Read more

We all scream for sexual health (and ice cream!)
Sex Drugs and Rocky Road is an annual Fanshawe College event that promotes sexual health through a variety fun games, free goodie bags, and of course, free ice cream. The event takes place tomorrow, Tuesday Nov. 12 in The Out Back Shack from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Read more

<em>Rock the Rink</em> brings rock and ice dance together in perfect harmony
Get ready for sensory overload-Rock the Rink is coming to Budweiser Gardens this Wednesday Oct. 30. Read more

Why is Greta Thunberg terrifying to old men?
Greta Thunberg is young, female, educated, angry, and possibly the most dangerous threat to accomplished white men. Read more

Turnip the beet for VegFest London
The 6th Annual VegFest London kicks off on Nov. 9 at the Western Fair District Agriplex. Read more

Fanshawe to offer support for students in crisis
From Oct. 21 to Dec. 4, Fanshawe's Counselling and Accessibility Services will be offering Crisis Support for students in need. 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

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