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REDTALKS: Fanshawe presents futurist Richard Worzel
Fanshawe's second REDTALKS is coming up on March 2, with a theme of looking to the future. Richard Worzel, Canada's leading futurist is this semester's speaker. Read more recruiting Fanshawe graduates
About a quarter of staff at graduated from Fanshawe., which recently moved to 100 Dundas Street, is a top voice over marketplace that provides job listings and opportunities for 200,000 voice actors from around the world. Read more


Student housing in London not meeting demand
A recent survey conducted by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CHMA) indicates that current off-campus student housing availability in London is insufficient. Read more

Fanshawe creates on-site entrepreneurship program for indigenous students
Fanshawe's Lawrence Kinlin School of Business partnered with the First Nations Centre and the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Employment and Training to create an on-site entrepreneurship program that began on Feb. 6. Read more

Uber gets their way in a seven to six vote
The votes are in and Uber will not only remain in London, but will not be required to have cameras installed either. In a Feb. 14 city council meeting, the viewing gallery was filled with a number of taxi drivers as well as some Uber representatives. Read more

Fanshawe's surrounding area plagued with crime
Fanshawe's surrounding area, notably the areas that are popular for students to occupy, have been plagued by recent crimes. Popular student streets such as Fleming and Thurman, and their surrounding areas, have been the main targets for criminals to commit break-and-enter and car hopping related crimes. Read more


Rumours of Grace: The lost habit of rest and why we love Trump
We like our caffeine fixes. They get us moving each morning; especially if they are laced with fructose laden flavour shots and, of course, the well-established standby, white granulate sugar. Read more

What Does Kerra Seay?: This apple fell far from the tree and rotted
Donald John Trump. Racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic; none of these descriptors should be surprising to anyone who witnessed his campaign or the first month of his presidency. Read more


Spotted: Fanshawe's stylish students
As we're getting to the end of winter and spring is creeping up on us, it's getting closer to pulling out all the lightweight materials, pastels and florals galore. Read more

Make your own guacamole
Everyone that likes guacamole has their own opinion on how to make it, whether it be chunky, smooth, loaded with cilantro, lime or mixed with chopped up vegetables found in salsa. Read more

Beauty Boy: From day to night
While some people make a whole event of getting ready for a night out, there are a bunch of tips and tricks to quickly switch over your look you were wearing during the day, to something you can wear in the evening. Read more


Love your body
If you treat your body badly, then it will respond the same way. Of course, there are variables that we can't or have little control over. So take a look at what you can control and work with it. Read more


Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
The next four weeks will certainly be popular for you. Enjoy schmoozing with everyone, be they friends as well as members of clubs, groups and organizations. Read more

Allegories in Beatrice and Virgil
Sometimes, the simple description of a pear can be one of the most interesting parts of a book. For Yann Martel's 2010 novel Beatrice and Virgil, this is most certainly the case, in the best way possible. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: What's LøVë got to do with it? Aaron who?
Aaron Carter, brother of Backstreet Boys heartthrob Nick Carter, has decided that 2017 is a good year for his comeback. I mean if a giant Cheetoh can successfully lie his way into a presidency, anything is possible, right? Read more

Fifty Shades Darker is a pandering, misleading, hedonistic soap opera
Fifty Shades Darker, the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, is an erotic romantic drama film about the abusive relationship between Anastasia Steele, a girl who works as an editor at a publishing company, and billionaire Christian Grey. Read more


Men's baseball team receive first ever rings
After an impressive season that saw Fanshawe's men's baseball team claim their first ever national championship, the team received their 2016 championship rings. Read more

Mikhaila Wright breaks two Fanshawe records
On Feb. 8, in a game against Lambton Lions, 22-year-old Mikhaila Wright made Fanshawe history as she broke Fanshawe basketball single game scoring record with 36 points and Fanshawe women's basketball single game scoring record with seven three-pointers. Read more

Motoring: 2017 Lincoln Continental: A luxury car that's worth the luxury price tag
When William (Bill) Ford Jr. took the reigns of the Ford Motor Company towards the end of 2001, among the first things he did was to axe the Continental model from Lincoln's line up. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights first team to clinch a playoff spot
Unsurprisingly, the London Knights and Erie Otters were the first teams in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) to book their ticket to the 2017 post-season (on the same day). Read more

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