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Healthcare students disregard their own self-care
When we decided we would choose to service the health of others, we neglected to take care of our own well-being. Read more

Fanshawe Fashion: What does your style say about you?
Fashion has always been an integral part of my identity since I put together my first outfit at the age of 16. Read more

Fanshawe student awarded 2019 Women in Tech Scholarship
Fanshawe College, in partnership with London-based marketing agency tbk Creative, recently awarded a $6,000 scholarship to Breanna Trachsell, a first-year interactive design student. Read more

FSU helping those affected by Hurricane Dorian
You can help those affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas by donating food, hygiene products, and clothing donations. Read more

Party for Humanity building a stronger community
Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario wants Londoners to rock out for a good cause. Read more

Original student creations featured on The Chef's Table fall menu
You'll have a chance to taste original dishes created by Fanshawe's School of Tourism, Hospitality, and Culinary Arts students. Read more

Short cuts: cutting down travel time to classes
Sometimes it is tedious to traverse the halls of Fanshawe. The weird shapes to some of the buildings makes it longer to get to one end of the College to the other. Read more

Resources for international Fanshawe students
There are also a number of resources available for international students throughout the semester. Whether you are new to Canada or are still settling in, these resources are here to help you out. Read more

The ever-changing face of OSAP
The execution of the new OSAP framework has generated mixed responses from disappointment to appreciation among students across the province, and within Fanshawe College. Read more

Fanshawe photography student takes home national award
Second-year photography student, Casey Wiginton, has completed her school year with a national award in tow. Wiginton was one of five finalists in the photography category for a 2019 Emerge Media Award (EMA). Read more

Model students plan LDSA fashion fundraiser
Fanshawe students are helping shine light on those with Down syndrome, through a fashion show. Read more

Fashion students upcycle trash into wearable art
Used packaging materials and recycled car parts, donated by Lexus, were the sources of inspiration for fashion designs at Centuries in Motion - A Wearable Art Show. Read more

Interrobang cover embraces summer fun
Fine arts student Dylan Charette had his original work published on the cover for Interrobang's final issue of the year. Read more

Fanshawe photography student in the running for national award
A Fanshawe photography student is one of five finalists for a prestigious national award. Read more

Fanshawe theatre arts-performance program brings two plays to stage
The Fanshawe theatre arts-performance program will be holding two plays this spring. Read more

Fanshawe Falcon receives prestigious National award in women's volleyball
It's been a quite the year for Fanshawe Falcon Janelle Albert, outside hitter and team captain for the Fanshawe Women's Volleyball Team. Read more

Transforming the fashion body with this year's Unbound fashion show
Third year students of Fanshawe's fashion design program are undeviatingly working toward this year's Unbound fashion show set for April 13. Read more

Fanshawe MIA artist Fonzy releases unforgettable track
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) student Tony Alfonso may be in first year, but he's already making big waves in his niche as an electronic pop artist. Read more

MIA's Sneaker Club set to release debut single after local success
Things have really taken off for the second year Music Industry Arts (MIA) students in the local band Sneaker Club. Read more

Logistics and supply chain management heading to case competition in Chicago
Two teams of students from logistics and supply chain management programs will be attending a regional case competition in Chicago on Feb. 15 to 16. Read more

Albert siblings lead volleyball teams to success
Sibling duo Zach and Janelle Albert grew up playing volleyball. Now, as Fanshawe students, they are lending their experienced talents to their respective teams. Read more

Fanshawe marketing students participate in Google Ad Grants Online Marketing Challenge
Students in the business administration - marketing (BAM) advanced diploma and the marketing management (MKM) graduate program are participating in the first year of the Google Ad Grants Online Marketing Challenge. Read more

MIA prepares for annual Share the Land charity concert
It is a busy time of year for second year students in Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program as they prepare for Share the Land an annual charity concert. Read more

Fanshawe paramedic students publish research projects
Two groups of Fanshawe paramedic students have developed research projects that are now published. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus making waves in the local hip hop scene
Notable London hip-hop artist and Fanshawe graduate Left Lane (Jordan Lindo) recently teamed up with current Music Industry Arts (MIA) student Peter Graham and the two have already begun making major waves in the London music industry. Read more

FSU grants Wellness Wishes
The holiday season came early for Fanshawe students last week thanks to the Fanshawe Student Union's (FSU) annual Wellness Wishes campaign. Read more

Fanshawe business students to participate in insurance case competition
Business finance and professional financial services students are getting ready to compete on Dec. 6, in an upcoming case competition sponsored by Sun Life Financial. Read more

Fanshawe succeeds at the OCMC 2018
Fanshawe students achieved great success at the Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition (OCMC) on Nov. 15 and 16, with Shauna Freemantle taking home a gold medal. Read more

Fanshawe student and Para Soccer player returns from Ecuador CP Football championships
Nick Heffernan competed in this year's International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football championships in Ecuador. Read more

Fanshawe student celebrates business anniversary
Fanshawe College's Mackenzie Oke recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of her business, Me, My Soap and I. Read more

Fanshawe's Jade Kovacevic awarded CCAA Women's Soccer Player of the Year
Fanshawe soccer player Jade Kovacevic was named the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women's Soccer Player of the Year at a championship banquet in Coquitlam, B.C.. Read more

Janelle Hanna balances victory with college life
CCAA national championship gold medal winning runner Janelle Hanna is about to face her next big challenge - taking time off. Read more

Fanshawe students' contribution to London's downtown core
Interrobang went to see if the increase in students around downtown is helping economical growth during this construction period. Read more

Fanshawe's fashion department to open pop-up shop with Goodwill Industries
Partnering with Goodwill Industries, Fanshawe's fashion marketing and management students are opening a pop-up shop at the Goodwill Community and Donation Centre located on Horton Street at Wellington Road. Read more

Fanshawe MIA band debuts some sweet tunes
The post-hardcore, math rock band known as Sweet Toothe excitedly announced the release of their debut self-titled EP earlier this month. Read more

FUEL sends its first player to Canada Cup
The Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) is sending one of its champions to this weekend's Canada Cup tournament at the Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo (EGLX) in Toronto, for the first time in its history. Read more

Forest City Film Festival continues to grow
After two years of building a solid foundation, 2018 promises to be an 'establishing' year for the Forest City Film Festival, according to executive director and founder Dorothy Downing. Read more

Fifteen Falcons are CCAA National Scholar Award recipients
Fanshawe's varsity teams have another reason to be proud of their athletes, as a number of players are recipients of the CCAA National Scholar Award for the 2017-2018 season. Read more

Fanshawe's SERT gears up for another year
The student emergency response team (SERT) provides students with a hands-on learning experience and immediate assistance for medical emergencies. Read more

Fanshawe fashion department creates local pop-up shops with Goodwill Industries
Fanshawe's fashion marketing and management program continues to work hard with Goodwill Industries to create sustainable fashion for their pop-up stores. Read more

Short cuts: cutting down travel time to classes
Sometimes it is tedious to traverse the halls of Fanshawe. The weird shapes to some of the buildings makes it longer to get to one end of the College to the other. Read more

How to meet new people during post-secondary education
Meeting new people and making new friends during post-secondary education can be daunting, but fear not, there are great events and ways at Fanshawe to help you find a tribe of your own. Read more

LTC bus route changes in the wake of downtown construction
With construction happening downtown, it's good to be aware of any delays your bus trips may have. Read more

Tasmine Jane's journey to music
Tasmine Jane, 25, is an artist and songwriter from Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program who's grown immensely during her time at Fanshawe both as a performer and writer. Read more

BUBBLEGUM: Exciting plans for the up and coming artist and MIA student
Drake Campbell is a student in Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program who has made tremendous strides in the local and online music community. Read more

Fanshawe students win at Skills Ontario Competition
For the eight year in a row, Fanshawe students won big at Canada's largest skilled trade and technology competition in early May. Read more

Fanshawe hosts special event to celebrate donation of an Aircraft from Ornge
Fanshawe hosted a special event on May 4 to celebrate the donation of a decommissioned helicopter from Ornge. Ornge is an integral part of Ontario's health care system that provides air ambulance service and medical treatment to the critically ill and injured. Read more

Paramedic students test their knowledge and decision-making skills during mock disaster scenarios
On April 13, students from the paramedic program at Fanshawe had the opportunity to participate in mock disaster scenarios to help prepare them for their future careers in the medical field. Read more

Driven for success, Motion Wearable Art Fashion Show attracts over 200 attendees
The showroom at the Lexus of London dealership was packed on April 12 with parents, friends and fashion enthusiasts eager to see the motion-themed garment designs created by various Fanshawe students. Read more

MIXTAPE: 2018 Fanshawe Fine Arts students exhibition
Interrobang was on hand for MIXTAPE, the final exhibit for graduating Fanshawe Fine Arts students at The ARTS Project, which also included the announcement of a $250,000 contribution which will benefit students over the next 10 years. Read more

Graduating fine art students showcase an array of artworks at MIXTAPE exhibit
Graduating fine art students are celebrating their journey through the three year program with a final exhibit at the ARTS Project gallery. Read more

Fanshawe students display their works of art at downtown London gallery
From March 20 to 24, Fanshawe second-year fine art students put together an art exhibit at the ARTS Project gallery as part of their visual research class. Read more

Fanshawe and Lexus team up for Wearable Art Fashion Show
Fanshawe fashion marketing and management and design foundations students are hard at work building momentum for their upcoming Motion Wearable Art Fashion Show. Read more

Fanshawe paralegal students come together to revamp law publication
Various Fanshawe paralegal students collaborated to help inform the community regarding law-related issues, community events and the role/duties of a paralegal through their online news publication, The Nota Bene Student Newspaper Read more

Fanshawe helping student entrepreneurs reach their goals
Fanshawe held its third annual Trampoline 60 second Pitch Competition to help student entrepreneurs get one step closer to their business dreams. Read more

The many musical ventures of Willem James Cowan
Willem James Cowan, is an ambitious student in the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program at Fanshawe College. He's a well-versed song writer who is currently involved in a number of musical projects, both as a composer and an instrumentalist Read more

Studying abroad in Ireland has been the most rewarding experience of my life
Ever since I started looking into post-secondary options one of the main criteria I had for the school was their options for studying abroad. One of the things that attracted me to Fanshawe was the encouragement the college gives students to study abroad and how easy it is to do so. Read more

Meet the FSU Election candidates
Meet the candidates running in this year's Fanshawe Student Union election. Voting takes place between Monday, March 5th, 2018 at 9 AM and Thursday, March 8th, 2018 at 2 PM through FOL. Read more

Fanshawe student's encounter with Hedley
Many fans may be shocked about the recent sexual misconduct allegations against the Canadian poprock band, Hedley. From cancelled concerts, award performances, opening acts and being dropped from their management team, all due to alleged cases of sexual misconduct over the years, including with underage girls. Read more

The silent leader: Cole Jordan
The men's volleyball team has put together nothing short of an extraordinary season Read more

Event planning students to host International Women's Day event
On March 8, three Fanshawe event planning students will be hosting an International Women's Day event at Bertoldi's Trattoria starting at 6 p.m. The event, titled 'The Future is Female', will feature an evening of appetizers, drinks and a talk from guest speaker Dr. Carlen Costa. Read more

Fanshawe business student recounts his time studying abroad in the Netherlands
Fanshawe business student Jarrett Kennedy had the opportunity to study abroad at the HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in the Netherlands last semester. Read more

Fanshawe students experience a fun and educational law enforcement trip to Miami
Students in Fanshawe's police foundations program had a real life training trip while in Florida for a Miami law enforcement experience Read more

Band of The Year, Act of Chaos, discusses Morose World
The recent break out Metal band Act of Chaos has already had a huge impact on the local music scene in the short time that they've been around. Read more

Fanshawe student details studying abroad in Ireland
Fanshawe hotel and resort services management student Amanda Price had the opportunity to study abroad in Ireland last semester. Read more

MIA Student, Verzache, Dominates the Online Music Industry
At only 19, MIA student Zach Farache, also known as Verzache, already has over thirty thousand followers and millions of plays on Soundcloud, with even more plays on streaming sites such as Spotify. Read more

Fanshawe drop out rates reaches over 2,000 students after province-wide college strike
Over 2,000 Fanshawe students chose to withdraw from their semester of studies due to the five week-long, province-wide college faculty strike. Read more

FSU spread holiday cheer with the return of Wellness Wishes
Fifty-four students were surprised to have their gift wishes granted at this year's Wellness Wishes initiative. The event, which was hosted by the Fanshawe Student Union, aimed to grant a number of gift wishes that students were hoping to receive this holiday season. Read more

Lost In Japan: Pure talent and success for Fanshawe MIA alumni formed band
Lost in Japan is an indie rock band that's been taking the local music scene by storm. Read more

Fanshawe members compete in 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Championships
Members of Fanshawe's curling team participated in the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Curling Championships in Ottawa. Read more

Fanshawe student's recipe to be featured in the Forest City Cookbook
Second-year culinary management student Wenhong Wang will have one of her recipes featured in the upcoming Forest City Cookbook. Read more

Fanshawe MIA student, Molly Roach, shares the tales and tricks of the trade
Molly Roach is a student enrolled in Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program (MIA), who has truly immersed herself into the world of songwriting. Read more

Students create their own blueprint for photography assignment
Fanshawe professor Phil Bell gave his second-year photography students free range when deciding what subject matter would become the focal point for their first photography assignment of the semester. Read more

Students rally outside Fanshawe's London campus
On Nov. 10, a few dozen students rallied outside the Fanshawe London campus in order to voice their opinions regarding the current Ontario college faculty strike happening across the province.  Read more

International students host city-wide scavenger hunt
Fanshawe's International Centre is helping to organize an annual city wide scavenger hunt across London until Nov 10. Read more

What Fanshawe students are saying about the Ontario college's faculty strike
Interrobang reporter George Maragos spoke to Fanshawe students to get their opinions on the Ontario colleges' faculty strike, and also spoke to OPSEU Local 110 President Darryl Bedford. Read more

Fanshawe landscape design students miss out on planned semester abroad in Europe
Fanshawe landscape design students are voicing their concerns to government officials, news outlets and the College after their planned semester abroad in Europe was cancelled as a result of the faculty strike. Read more

Sheree Uyl showcases impressive performance during her final year with the Fanshawe Falcons soccer team
Sheree Uyl, a forward for the women's soccer team, is scoring goal after goal this soccer season. Uyl was the recipient of the Supplement Source Fanshawe Female-Student Athlete of the Month Award for September. Read more

The Early Years of Anela Navarro
Anela Navarro, 19, may be new to the local music scene, but that hasn't stopped her and the musical masterminds behind Anela & The Early Hours from dominating Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. Read more

Nathan Jackson: Meet Fanshawe's new First Nations Student Association president
Second year student Nathan Jackson is the invigorated, newly elected Fanshawe First Nations Student Association president with big plans. Read more

Fanshawe paralegal students place first in mock trial cup competition
Students from the College's Paralegal Student Association (PSA) came, saw and conquered Durham College's Paralegal Mock Trial Cup competition in Oshawa. Read more

Fashion design students soaring to new heights
Fanshawe's graduating fashion design students showed off their best creations at this year's Unbound fashion show on April 13. In its 11th year, the show was held for the first time at the Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology at the London International Airport.  Read more

Fashion Rewind: Celebrating 50 years of fashion
Fanshawe fashion merchandising (marketing and management) students, unveiled a number of creative creations during their end of year show, Fashion Rewind at London Music Hall on March 29. The event was run by the second year fashion merchandising students while first year students made the garments featured on the runway. Read more

Positive changes with this year's Unbound fashion show
Fanshawe's third year fashion design students are working steadily while putting together the final touches to their collections for this year's Unbound fashion show. Read more

Turning back time with fashion
Fanshawe's fashion merchandising students, directed under the marketing and management program are putting on their second big show of the year with Fashion Rewind on March 29 at London Music Hall. Read more

Fashion students studying abroad
George Brown College announced it would provide a new pathway for graduates of its School of Fashion Studies students to study in the U.K. by allowing them to apply their credit towards the London College of Fashion at the University of Arts London. Read more

New fund awards $15,000 ideas to student ideas
A newly announced innovation fund is looking to kickstart creativity in Ontario, and Fanshawe students and alum can apply. Read more

Morganna Sampson crushes the competition and becomes the next FSU president
Fanshawe students voted and Morganna Sampson is the new Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) president 2017-2018. Sampson, who has been involved with the FSU for two years and is currently VP Entertainment, will begin her one year term on May 1. Read more

FSU presidential election commences
Current VP Internal Affairs Kevin Kaisar, VP Entertainment Morganna Sampson and newcomer Josh Mullan tried their best to not only give the most impressive campaign speech, but also answer student questions from both the audience, and online. 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

Fanshawe introduces Women in Carpentry pilot project
In an effort to gain more females interest in the world of carpentry, Fanshawe introduced a pilot project of a women-oriented learning experience. The initiative, which began last September, will continue on next year due to the positive feedback from stakeholders. Read more

Student satisfaction and engagement survey back on campus
Another round of the key performance indicator (KPI) student satisfaction and engagement survey is set to happen at Fanshawe from Feb. 6 to 10, according to Christine Spicer, reporting co-ordinator of institutional research for the college. Read more

MIA pays tribute to Canadian music in Share the Land
For the sixth year in a row, the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program is getting the chance to test their skills in a public performance. Read more

Olympic silver medallist swaps her oar for books
Natalie Mastracci, an Olympic silver medalist for the Canadian women's eight rowing team, has left her athletic career and is now pursuing an education with Fanshawe's interactive media design program. Read more

Students pleased with the "You Don't Say" campaign
Fanshawe's You Don't Say campaign is receiving positive feedback from students. Since October 2016, posters of student leaders have been displayed across the campus, with captions explaining why they don't say certain expressions. Read more

Fanshawe students raising funds for Costa Rica placement
From Feb. 17 to March 10, a mixture of Fanshawe students from different courses will have the privilege to do placement in Costa Rica to help educate young students. Read more

Fanshawe welcomes Bahamian student on exchange
Fanshawe gained a new exchange student for the next two semesters, with the arrival of Dion Mackey, an information technology major from the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute. Read more

New FSU governance changes voted in
Amongst free food, coffee and an interesting recap of what has been done so far, the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) introduced the proposed governance and structural change to students, changes which have been in the works for two years. Read more

Holiday wishes granted for students
In the holiday spirit, members from the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) surprised a number of lucky students by granting them with wellness wishes on Dec.7 and 8. Read more

What's your Fanshawe Story? Elliot Roger: First-year computer programming
Now that daylight savings time has kicked in, it is getting darker much earlier and this is making some people uneasy. Roger That is a smartphone app that is currently being developed by computer programming student Elliot Roger and he hopes to put frightened individuals at ease. Read more

Back to the future
Students in Fanshawe's fashion merchandising and marketing program are set to bring you to the future with their upcoming Galactic Gala fashion show on Nov. 17. Read more

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Fanshawe players win individual awards
In addition to overall team success, Fanshawe Men and Women's players have won numerous individual awards as well with each one displaying their talent and having a tremendous season. Read more

Remembrance made extra special this year
Remembrance Day is an important day for Canadians, but this year will be even more meaningful for Fanshawe student Mohamad (Moe) Hussein. Read more

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What's your Fanshawe story?: Colt Mayers - General arts and sciences
Colt Mayers is a first year Fanshawe College student from Alberta with a very unique idea that could either take off and rule the food industry or just flop. Read more

Spotted: Fanshawe's stylish students
With the weather getting chillier, it can be difficult to co-ordinate an outfit that is both stylish and chic, yet will also keep you warm and cozy with the dropping temperature. Read more

Fanshawe students give you the right fit
What started out by a group of students as a class project a few years ago has turned into a full run business for those in Fanshawe's fashion design program. Read more

Is a fall reading week necessary for Fanshawe?
While Western adopted a two-day fall study break starting in 2012, Fanshawe students continue to go without a longer break mid-semester. A break could improve the mental health of students. Read more

Fanshawe boutique partners with H&M to end fashion waste
Fanshawe's fashion merchandising program partnered with H&M to help reduce the amount of clothing going into landfills. Read more

Fanshawe Student Union welcomes two new VPs
After a few weeks of campaigning, two new VPs (Jayme-Marie Dodge and Kimberley Francis) were elected to join the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU). Read more

Fanshawe culinary students donate 30 litres of tomato sauce to The Sharing Shop
First year culinary students had just learned the intricate steps of canning when professor Bob Murphy had an epiphany on what to do with the surplus of tomato sauce. Read more

Student leaders shut down stigma in "You Don't Say" campaign
Fanshawe student leaders from across the campus have come together to challenge oppressive language and create a dialogue about deeper social and cultural issues. Read more

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Work study: Many students applying, few getting in
The work study program offered through Fanshawe is designed to help students find work on campus. However, vague questions, strict algorithms and short time-out windows have led to the rejection of a large number of students in need of financial assistance. Read more

Fanshawe student creates petition and successfully brings back the Macs
When Garett MacLaren, a second year student in interactive media design and production at the CDPA discovered that the Mac computers had recently been replaced with PCs, he decided to do something about it. Read more

Spotted: Fanshawe's stylish students
With the first semester of classes well underway, there's a wide variety of outfits students are choosing to wear on campus. Read more

Students respond to emergencies on campus
Fanshawe has many opportunities for students to get hands on experience and help others and one of the best examples for this is the Student Emergency Response Team (SERT). Read more

Fanshawe participating in EASI skill-assessment pilot project
Fanshawe is one of the 11 Ontario schools participating in the Essential Adult Skills Initiative (EASI) run by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO). Read more

Jade Kovacevic: No record she can't break
Impressive, great, fast. These are just a few of the words that fans used to describe Fanshawe Falcons striker Jade Kovacevic. Read more

Hand deodorant to rid of that post-hockey stank
First year Fanshawe student Matthew Laberge, in collaboration with Western University Dan Black, has invented a product that rids the stink that seems to seep deep into your hands after removing your hockey gloves. Read more

Spotted: Fanshawe's stylish students
With school back in full swing, the eagerness of planning one's outfits and looking extra put together for a full day of school might be starting to wear out. Read more

Broadcast television students collaborate with Rogers for a new mini series about Fanshawe
Broadcast television students at Fanshawe have been given the opportunity to collaborate with Rogers for a mini series about Fanshawe as a part of their program curriculum. Read more

Fanshawe remembers beloved student
Nathan Deslippe was an entrepreneur with a passion for life, yoga and enriching people. Nathan passed away during the weekend of Aug. 28; his body was found in his apartment. He was 27-years-old. Read more

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Fanshawe students place in top 10 in the Google Online Marketing Challenge
Fanshawe students placed in the top 10 position in the world for the Google Online Marketing Challenge (GOMC), according to an Aug. 31 press release. 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 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

Fanshawe grad wins national award
Nick Reyno, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program and Interrobang contributor, was a winner of the MusiCounts Fred Sherratt award. Read more

Fanshawe wins three awards national scholarships in broadcast journalism
Fanshawe Broadcast Journalism students won three national awards at the Radio, Television and News Digital News conference. Read more

Unbound celebrates 10th birthday in style
About 300 people saw designs created by Fanshawe College Fashion Design students and alumni at the 10th annual Unbound Fashion Show at Museum London. Read more

Fanshawe Fashion Design graduates take over the runway on April 9
The Fanshawe College Alumni Association presents the 10th annual Unbound Fashion show on Saturday, April 9. This event is an opportunity for graduating Fashion Design students to debut a unique five-look collection that they feel represents th... Read more

Share the Land celebrates its fifth anniversary
Share the Land celebrates its fifth anniversary on Feb. 9, as Music Industry Arts (MIA) students at Fanshawe come together to play their own creative covers of Canadian classics. “The students do all the work, I sort of coach them th... Read more

Ghouls' Night Out for fashion design students
Carey’s Bar and Grill was packed on Friday, Oct. 23 for the Ghouls’ Night Out fashion show put on by second year fashion design students at Fanshawe. The show was a fundraiser for their third year project, the Unbound fashion s... Read more

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