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Brescia cancels in-person class for entire second semester
Brescia University College has cancelled all in-person classes for the remainder of the winter semester, citing the provincial government's stay-at-home order that went into earlier this month. Read this article
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Two virtual career fairs coming to Fanshawe
This year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, two virtual career fairs will be taking place for students. Read this article

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Enjoy a Career in Developmental Services with Middlesex Community Living
Sponsored by Middlesex Community Living
Middlesex Community Living is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities in the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc. It partners with people to realize their value as full, contributing citizens in their community. Read this article

Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
Here are five news stories from around the world that you should be paying attention to. Read this article

FSU prepares for presidential election
The Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) has put out the call for any students to consider running as the organization's next president. Its sitting president, Katyayini Thakur will exit from the seat in May. Read this article

New Indigenous program coming to Fanshawe's The X
Our Stories, a new Indigenous focused show, will soon be debuting on Fanshawe's student radio station. Read this article

Fanshawe College mourns international student
Fanshawe College is mourning the loss of a young international student killed in a crash in north London on Jan. 6. Read this article

Fanshawe's aviation school looks to the future with name change
Fanshawe's Norton Wolf School has always been at the cutting edge of industry technology. Read this article

Charges laid in relation to Thurman Circle gathering
London Police have pressed charges against a 20-year-old Campbellcroft man in relation to a large gathering on Thurman Circle on November 13, 2020. Read this article

Fanshawe launches new program for occupational health and safety technicians
Due to the increased need for occupational health and safety technicians caused by the pandemic, Fanshawe is launching a new, redesigned Occupational Health and Safety program. Read this article

Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
New abortion laws, Assange's extradition to U.S., a new national anthem in Australia and more are just some of what 2021 is already giving us. Read this article

Ontario approves Western's plan to welcome international students back to campus
Queen's Park approved Western's COVID-19 Readiness Plan, welcoming international students back to campus who were previously barred from entering the country before March's lockdown. Read this article

Nursing students left in the dark following University Hospital outbreak
Editor's note: The names of nursing students in this article have been changed for their privacy. When Lisa Walters arrived at her University Hospital nursing placement Nov. 11, she knew she was entering a hospital with a COVID-19 outbreak. Read this article
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Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
Although the holidays might not be as we expected this year, they are still a moment to see friendly old faces, even if it is over the phone. Read this article

Fanshawe fashion students tell "The Story" of sustainability
A 12-year long partnership between Fanshawe College and Goodwill Industries has been reignited. Read this article

Fanshawe avionics student selected for WinAir Impact Award
Fanshawe avionics student Min Gu Kang was recently selected as the first-ever winner of the WinAir Impact Award. Read this article

Fanshawe receives $250,000 donation from Canada Life
Christmas has come early for Fanshawe College, thanks to a $250,000 donation from Canada Life in support of Innovation Village earlier this month. Read this article

London moves into 'orange zone' with new restrictions
London transitioned into the 'orange-restrict' level of Ontario's coronavirus regulations on Dec.6. Read this article
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Food & Wine Show cancellation a big loss for Fanshawe students
Earlier this month, the Western Fair District announced the cancellation of all its winter and spring shows. This means the cancellation of several shows, including the Food and Wine Show. Read this article

Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
Finance is a tricky issue. Sometimes people seem to think too much about it. Sometimes they seem to think too little. Read this article

Fanshawe celebrates military-connected college
Fanshawe College has been helping support its military-connected students since it first signed a memorandum of understanding with the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) last spring. Read this article

Western vaccine researchers cautiously encouraged by Pfizer trial results
American pharmaceutical company Pfizer released promising trial results for its coronavirus vaccine but Western researchers warn that while the data is encouraging, it must be taken with a grain of salt. Read this article
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Two Toronto women charged for weekend gatherings
London police have charged two Toronto women after breaking up two separate gatherings in London over the Nov. 21 to 22 weekend. Read this article

Rec & leisure students launch second Fit for Care fundraiser
Second-year students in Fanshawe's recreation and leisure services program are moving forward with their second annual Fit for Care fundraiser, despite challenges created by the pandemic. Read this article

Fanshawe fashion film wins CANIFF award
Unbound Revival, a film project produced by Fanshawe fashion design program and more than 50 students across the College, has won the Best Student Film at the 2020 Canadian International Film Festival (CANIFF). Read this article

Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
Here are five recent events that will help you keep on track of what's happening with the environment around the world. Read this article

LHSC announces new Indigenous Healing Space
The London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) has partnered with Atlohsa Family Healing Services to open a new Indigenous Healing Space at Victoria Hospital.  Read this article

From the Vault II reveals story of London's growth
A new photo-history of London reveals the city's history of growth and expansion in the mid-twentieth century. Read this article

Police charge two men for 150-person Halloween party
London police charged two men in relation to a Halloween party on Beaufort Street that saw at least 150 guests. Read this article
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Profs cite academic integrity, time zones as reasons to use Proctortrack
Many Western students and professors have shared concerns about online privacy amid online learning, especially as a recent hack calls Proctortrack's security into question. Read this article

Off the Radar: What's going on in the world
Right now, most eyes around the world are focused on the American election. I can't blame them. Read this article

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