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Interrobang issue for Monday, August 29th, 2016

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Fanshawe mourns death of incoming student
On the afternoon of Thursday, July 14, 18-year-old William Johnston, also known as Willie to friends and family, jumped off a pier with his girlfriend into the water at Port Stanley beach, but he never made it back to shore. Read more

Two new vice presidents coming to Fanshawe
Fanshawe students and staff are set to welcome two newly appointed vice presidents to campus on August 29. Read more

Frosh concert brings country acts to the stage
A trio of Canadian country acts are set to impress Fanshawe students during this year's frosh concert. Read more

Fanshawe to work with Peruvian Institute
Fanshawe and the Armed Forces Public Technological Institute in Peru signed a four year partnership on July 22 according to a press release. Read more

Recent fire department chief to lead new Fanshawe program
Brantford Fire Department chief, Jeff Mc Cormick, will join Fanshawe as the co-ordinator of the new fire inspection and fire safety education program, the first of its kind in Ontario. Read more

Fanshawe student creates colouring book for survivors
With the help of Fanshawe's sexual assault prevention advisor Leah Marshall, Fanshawe student Tristan McDonald came up with a colouring book to give a voice back to survivors. Read more


Fanshawe launching 10 new programs for fall 2016
Responding to the demand of both students and employers, Fanshawe has made it its mission to implement enough courses each year to respond to the growing demand in the workforce. Read more


Paramedic program teaches students about post-traumatic stress disorder
Dugg Steary, the co-ordinator for the paramedic program at Fanshawe, was pleased with Ontario's movement to help first responders experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Read more

Missing and murdered indigenous inquiry moving into next phase
After Justin Trudeau's entry to cabinet on Nov. 4, 2015 as Prime Minister of Canada, launching a national inquiry into the murdered and missing indigenous women and girls was one of his top priorities. Read more

Fanshawe shows its commitment to green transportation with a new bike share program
Carlie Forsythe, president of the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU), has headed a new initiative to bring a bike share program to our college, called FSU Bikes. Read more

Meet your FSU Executives
Get to know your 2016/17 Fanshawe Student Union Executive team. Read more



Season of change
At Fanshawe, change is afoot. Students may see new buildings being built, a new eatery popping up in T-building or the FSU's hotdog and sausage cart in the Student Union Building courtyard. But the real changes are happening in the ivory offices of Fanshawe. Read more

Rumours of Grace: Collateral damage
According to an article in the Financial Times, Rio hosted the Olympics at a cost of about $6.2 billion. Cheap compared to, say, the London Summer Olympics, which came in at $15 billion, according to an article by National Public Radio. Read more


Enhancing your college experience with FSU clubs
Clubs are an essential part of Fanshawe that bring people from different backgrounds, ethnicities and with different interests together. Read more

Falling into fashion
With a new school year upon us and the warmer weather secretly drifting away, you may be wondering what you can wear for class and beyond, without breaking the bank or overheating. Read more

MIA alumnus carves his way into music and film
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus is proving to MIA students everywhere that there is a legitimate career pathway in the music and film industries. Read more

Fanshawe's frosh week 2016
Listen up freshmen, first thing's first: frosh week. Frosh is a welcoming orientation week for freshmen, and it's not just about academics. Read more


Three tips to alleviate stress and increase productivity
If you are looking to ease some anxiety over the new school year, get mentally prepared, feel good and look great, then look no further than this article. Read more

How to survive and thrive with your roommates
With a new school year come new experiences and new challenges. One of these can be living with roommates either on or off campus. Read more


Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
You leave your mark wherever you go. Privilege makes accessible certain things that were once forbidden. If it feels wrong, don't do it. If it feels right, nothing can stop you from doing it. Read more

Fanshawe food frenzy
It's the first week of school and back to back classes are keeping your stomach empty. Here's a list of campus restaurants that just might revamp your taste buds. Read more

Beauty Boy: Skin prep for fall
During the summer months we tend to slack and get lazy when it comes to skincare. Since it's so nice out and there is a lot more exposure to the sun, we forget about using our moisturizers, exfoliators and cleansers. Read more

Fear For Thought: Into the woods
The Blair Witch is creeping closer towards us, with the eponymous direct sequel to 1999's found-footage phenomenon slated for a fall release. Read more

A stereotypical, low-budget horror film
If you are into low budget, stereotypical horror films, then the 1986 film Critters is for you. Read more

Your Guide To London
You may have just entered London for school or you have lived in London for years and are directionally challenged, and so you need a bit of help navigating around the city. Read more

Where to go when you gotta go: The definitive guide to Fanshawe bathrooms
In order to help you from pooping in a one-star bathroom at Fanshawe when you could put your butt on the five-star toilet you deserve, follow this helpful guideline and poop in peace. Read more

Fill your fridge with food other than pizza: The Ultimate Grocery Guide
A look at where to buy groceries in London, and even how to get there. Read more

Super summer smash hits
The only thing hotter than this summer was the music that brought us through it. It doesn't matter how much you hate pop tunes, it's hard to deny that they serve as great background music for pool parties, barbeques and drinking games. Read more

Time-Management: The story of a well-balanced agenda
The weekend is coming up and there has never been more excitement, though a dilemma stands in your way. Drake is coming to perform, a friend's highly anticipated birthday plans are taking place, you have an important test on the following Monday and a decision needs to be made as to which option to choose. Read more

The definitive Mac vs. Windows buying guide
Windows computers have been a cornerstone in offices and homes for many years. They're pretty much the go-to choice for anyone's first computer, but they're nowhere near as cool and hip as their big brother Mac. Read more


NHL glides its way back to London
NHL will return to London with a preseason exhibition game between the Florida Panthers and the Dallas Stars on Oct. 2, at 3 p.m. at Budweiser Gardens. Read more

Intramural sports start up again
Fanshawe has a variety of physical activities suited to your interests, and range from indoor and outdoor sports such as soccer, football, ball hockey, ice hockey, badminton and basketball to name a few. Read more

London Knights acquire new skaters during off season
Coming off a victorious season as the 2016 Memorial Cup Champions, the London Knights made use of their off season to help rebuild their team. Read more


Coaches Corner: What to look forward to with this year's varsity teams
With another new school year comes another chance for the Fanshawe Athletic department to strap on their equipment and get ready for an exciting season. Read more

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