Interrobang issue for Monday, October 3rd, 2005
Over 7200 students sending over 35,000 emails every weekday on FanshaweOnline
FanshaweOnline, the online student portal that provides access to email, course material, online quizzes and study resources, has significantly stepped up its services, and as a result more students and faculty are utilizing the resource. On a typic... Read more
Changes in Policies Which May Affect Your Life at Fanshawe — Part 2 of 3 This is the second of three articles on new or amended policies that affect students at Fanshawe College.
Career Corner: Survey highlights important resume and cover letter info
Job seekers need every advantage to compete in today's employment market. Often critical to a candidate's success is their resume and cover letter. To determine if the advice given to students and graduates is as current as possible a resum... Read more
Fewer middle-class students in Ontario pursuing Medicine, Law: StatsCan blames financial aid
TORONTO (CUP) -- Enrolment of Ontario students from middle-class families dropped significantly in the province's Medicine and Law programs between 1995 and 2002, a recent Statistics Canada study has found. During that time period, deregulated tuiti... Read more
Tenant Talk: How much can my rent go up this year?
It seems every year student rents go up significantly. There are however strict rules landlords must follow to be in compliance with the law. Rents can be increased, but only by a small amount, to reflect the growing costs to the landlord. A landl... Read more
The most expensive, but most useful berries around are coming to Fanshawe
The BlackBerry, a personal computer, cell phone and organizer all rolled into one trendy piece of technology, is no longer reserved for high powered business people with stocks to check and hectic schedules to coordinate.
Fanshawe Fashionista: Fall trendy doesn't mean big spendy
As students, you know that sometimes a decent meal will consist of mac n' cheese, a Fruit Roll-up and some OJ. But even in times like these, when you're waiting patiently for the bank loan to be approved or OSAP to kick in, you still want to... Read more
Faith Meets Life: An Ongoing Tale - Growing up is hard to do
“I once heard a philosophy student at Western put it this way.” Mitch, the former college chaplain explains to Tamara. “To think that there is a god giving us directions never allows us to grow up. We humans have to create our ow... Read more
Ms. Guidance: Your problems solved! Finally, some real life advice...
Do you need advice about love, life, school, etiquette, grammar, or even where to get the best milkshake in town? Allow me to introduce myself. I am a cleverly anonymous Fanshawe student who has chosen to reach the masses via a write-in advice column... Read more
All-robot band captures its audiences with catchy tunes and a great back story
Over the summer I experienced one of the most interesting live performances that I've ever been subjected to; Captured! By Robots. Captured! By Robots is an all robot band that is led by the horribly mutated (onstage only) human, J-BOT. The sto... Read more
On Campus: Students enjoying a night around campus
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Thanksgiving break-up a college tradition
It's almost that special time of the year when freshmen return to their hometowns to visit their families and gobble down their first home cooked meal in a month and a half. With their refined college lifestyle and new mature social lives, there... Read more
Ashton and Demi's marriage proves older women can keep up with younger men
One man's trash is another man's treasure. To be more specific, Bruce Willis's trash is Ashton Kutcher's treasure. The Punk'd prince and his sugar momma, Demi Moore, reportedly wed in a traditional Kabballah ceremony on September... Read more
The urban jungle: shopping for fall jeans at Masonville Mall
One of the best things about fall is the phoenix-like rising of my fall clothes. There's nothing better than pulling on my favourite cords, my most comfortable hoodie, or my worn-to-perfection jeans.
Chef's Corner: Minestrone Soup for the Soul
The forecast is finally starting to behave like fall is here, and nothing says fall like soup. I love soup, so I thought I would share some great recipes that fill you up and keep you going. And thanks to cafeteria microwaves, they all make a great, ... Read more
Big Norm Show: poised to take over late night TV talk shows
TORONTO (CUP) -- Imagine a former Ryerson student producing his version of the Late Show with David Letterman—except younger, more eclectic, and all Toronto. That's the vibe the mostly twenty-something audience felt last week at the El Mocambo ... Read more
Men's volleyball team looking for OCAA championship
Falcons are ready to kick-off another season on the volleyball courts; a strong bench, and experienced coaching staff will be the keys for the men's volleyball team this upcoming season. “Our goal is to win OCAAs,” said head coach Dav... Read more
Fun and Fitness: Believe it or not, some girls WANT to gain
Recently, I ran into a scenario that is quite the rare occasion; it involves a girl who actually wants to gain weight. Wow, who would have thought it, a girl who actually wants to gain weight? Weighing around a buck might have something to do with it... Read more
Sports Seconds: A different kind of sponsorship scandal
Sport sponsorship: Great business tool or manipulative practice towards fans? Nike here. Budweiser there. Sponsorship is literally everywhere in the world of sports. An evident trend in professional and amateur sports alike, sponsorship is becoming ... Read more
Sports Briefs: Female runners wanted; men's soccer team struggles
Women's soccer improve to 3-0 Sarah Nishikawa and Melissa Elie scored for the Falcons who edged out the Mohawk Mountaineers on September 27th by a score of 2-0. Elie, whose 4 goals lead the league, is sparking the Falcons who sit in 1st place i... Read more
Friends and fluids make a workout fun
OTTAWA (CUP) -- Flat abs and enourmous pecks are physical attributes that often fall to the wayside as students enter the fall season. The oft-coveted summer beach body comes in second to midterms, readings, and term papers. But whether you are new ... Read more