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Saveria grateful for <em>American Idol</em> opportunity
Previous CTV's The Launch winner Saveria is thankful for the support of her fans after auditioning for American IdolRead more

Fanshawe Fashion: How far can fashion take you?
Explore Emma Anderson's creative journey though fashion as a recent grad turned Fanshawe employee. Read more

Big year ahead for growing Fanshawe 'family'
Esther's Family has been growing and expanding in exciting ways since their departure from Fanshawe. Read more

Fanshawe alum in Half Moon Run visit and inspire MIA students
Canadian band Half Moon Run visited Fanshawe's music industry arts (MIA) program on Jan. 28. Frontman Devon Portielje is a graduate of the program. Read more

Fanshawe OSLT grad eager to use skills with Burger Factory
Burger-lovers of London were so determined to try one of Burger Factory's cheeseburgers during their grand opening, they stood in a line that extended to the Oxford Learning Centre. Read more

Trevor Dubois talks work-life balance, authenticity and entrepreneurial spirit
Music industry arts (MIA) and CTV's The Launch alumnus Trevor Dubois plans to stay true to himself, moving forward. Read more

Giving back to the scene with Lost in Japan
It's been a whirlwind of success for Lost in Japan since the London locals graduated from Fanshawe's music industry arts (MIA) program three years ago. Read more

Fanshawe’s 200,000th graduate thankful for support
Haley Aldred, a recent child and youth care graduate and Fanshawe College's 200,000th graduate, is grateful for the support she received from her peers and professors. Read more

Saveria releases new single "Pity"
After finishing touring across Canada, Fanshawe College music industry arts (MIA) alumna Saveria returns with a new single. Read more

Delta Stone and the Wardogs opening for April Wine
A local band with connections to Fanshawe College will be opening for an iconic Canadian Rock band. Read more

MIA alumna first hip-hop artist to win Polaris Music Prize
The Fanshawe College and the London music community were excited to hear the news that Fanshawe music industry arts (MIA) alumna, Haviah Mighty, was awarded the Polaris Music Prize on Sept. 16. Read more

How the Mighty has risen
Haviah Mighty is triumphantly returning to her old stomping grounds, on her own terms. Read more

Fanshawe alumna enters Cashmere Collection show
A Fanshawe fashion design program grad is showing her softer side to help raise awareness for breast cancer. Read more

MIA alumna Haviah Mighty lands on Polaris shortlist
It's been an exciting three months for Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumni Haviah Mighty. Read more

Fanshawe alumna competing at WorldSkills in Russia
Fanshawe College auto body graduate Maggie Friesen is representing Canada in Kazan, Russia during the 2019 WorldSkills competition. Read more

Three Fanshawe alumni enter OCAA Hall of Fame
Three Fanshawe College alumni have officially been inducted into the Ontario Collegiate Athletic Association (OCAA) Hall of Fame. Read more

Fanshawe alumna Haviah Mighty discusses upcoming release <em>13th Floor</em>
Haviah Mighty is a Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumna, who in the six years since graduating in 2013 has taken the Canadian rap and hip-hop scene by storm. Read more

Former FSU employee receives FCLMA Lifetime Achievement Award
Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) alumnus, John b. Young, will receive the a Lifetime Achievement Award during this year's Forest City London Music Awards (FCLMA). Read more

MIA alumnus wins Juno for Reggae Recording of the Year
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus, Dubmatix, recently won the Reggae Recording of the Year Award at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner and Awards. Read more

Fanshawe hairstyling alumnus wins big at Contessa Awards
Dustin Schumann, former Fanshawe student, was named the 2019 Multicultural Hairstylist of the Year at the Contessa Awards Gala in November of last year. Read more

Juno awards leave a lasting impact on London
After months of anticipation, the Junos have finally come and gone, but the impact left on the community is lasting. Read more

Young entrepreneur to launch accessibility app
At 19, Ryan Kelly has created an app that will make the Internet a more accessible place for Ontarians with disabilities. Read more

Fanshawe's ties to Juno week
The countdown is over and Juno week is finally about to break out full force across London Ont. Read more Local startup with a global vision is a startup tech company centered in London that gives students and music teachers a platform to connect, a concept unlike any other in the industry. Read more

Juno nominated MIA grad shares the keys to success
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus, Ben Kaplan, is up for his third Juno nomination in the recording engineer of the year category. Read more

Former MIA student launches to stardom
London-based musician Saveria D'Ippolito is eager to return to the studio after winning the third episode of CTV's second season of The Launch. Read more

MIA alumnus Ben Kaplan receives his third Juno nomination
Ben Kaplan, who graduated from Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program in 1998, will be receiving some well-deserved recognition at the 2019 Juno Awards in London ON. Read more

School assignment earns national award
Clara Marshall, a 2018 graduate of Fanshawe's interactive media specialist (IMS) program, is the winner of the Applied Arts magazine national Student Award, in the web design category. Read more

Understanding the historic concept of women in music
Despite recent progressions in women's liberation, barriers are still prevalent in all industries, making it difficult for women to find success and the music industry is no exception. Read more

Fanshawe alumni of Texas King return to London
Hometown heroes Texas King return to the Forest City for what may be their biggest London show yet on Saturday, Dec. 1. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus and The Shape of Water sound editor, Nathan Robitaille inspires students
Students of Fanshawe's Audio Post-Production (APP) recently welcomed Music Industry Arts (MIA) and APP alumnus Nathan Robitaille back to Fanshawe for an inspiring guest lecture. Read more

Alumnus inducted into Canadian Music and Broadcast Hall of Fame
The organization behind Canadian Music Week (CMW) announced that Fanshawe alum and Canadian Music Industry veteran Michael McCarty is to be inducted into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. 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

Fanshawe author offers words of wisdom
Cop House, Sam Shelstad's first published book, is a collection of short stories written in a darkly humourous tone, many of which come from unique or unusual perspectives. Read more

Exploring the Layers of Art: Fine art grad featured in season's first satellite exhibition
Satellite Project Space is composed of four significant London, Ont. arts institutions: Fanshawe College, Museum London, Western University and McIntosh Gallery. Read more

Fanshawe alumni earn spots on Twenty in their 20s list
Business London magazine published the 2018 Twenty in their 20s list in their October issue. Fanshawe alumni took six of those spots. Read more

Fanshawe alumna manages Dundas Place
Savanah Sewell, the newly appointed manager for Dundas Place, has a lot of history with London. Read more

MIA alumnus Cameron Jericho releases debut EP Starlight
After several years of heavy involvement in the London music scene, Cameron Jericho, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, released his debut EP Starlight just last month. Read more

Fanshawe alumna wins MusiCounts 2018 Scholarship
Graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, Jenna Bjornson was recently awarded the prestigious MusiCounts 2018 Scholarship. Read more

Discovering Lost Arts' debut EP, Let Me Go
Band members from local London group, Lost Arts were excited to announce the release of their debut EP Let Me Go last month. Read more

Ladies that UX conference taking centre stage at Fanshawe College
London's chapter of Ladies that UX is holding its annual Centre Stage conference at Fanshawe College this year for the first time in its history. Read more

Fanshawe grad creates online celiac business
A Fanshawe graduate has achieved entrepreneurial success and is utilizing her skills learned throughout her education. Read more

How Kid Royal became DIME
DIME is one of the most recent and exciting musical group to come out of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. The group has its roots in the former indie rock band known as Kid Royal. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus creates first of its kind "healthy soda"
Ever want to crack open a cold bottle of your favourite soft drink only to be faced with the guilt of unhealthy additives and artificial flavouring? Read more

Gillian Sneddon: Fanshawe names new executive director, advancement and alumni
Fanshawe welcomed a new staff member during this past summer, as Gillian Sneddon started her new role as executive director, advancement and alumni. Read more

MIA grad releases his new album, The Ruins
Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Ryan Prasad is celebrating a new album release that he's conceived, written, recorded and released over the past two years. Read more

Fanshawe grad touring with Cirque du Soleil's Corteo
Fanshawe alumnus, Zachary Fraser, is on tour this summer as a rigger for Cirque du Soleil's Corteo show. Read more

How Nathan Robitaille shaped a successful career
Fanshawe is proud to have had an alumnus of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) and Audio Post Production (APP) programs not only be involved in such a high calibre production, but also receive an Oscar nomination for Best Sound Editing. Read more

President of Sony/ATV Publishing encourages MIA Students
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given an excellent opportunity to grow both musically and in their studies of the industry when visited by Gary Furniss. Read more

Fanshawe MIA alumna creates a stir in the Canadian music industry
Students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program received an inspiring visit from Fanshawe alumna Haviah Mighty earlier this school year. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus making his way to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
In the past few years things have really taken off for Fanshawe alumnus, actor/comedian Austen Alexander, creating Eggs Comedy on YouTube and and headlining a monthly comedy show. Read more

Fanshawe's MRI co-ordinator receives Health Sciences Award
Elizabeth Lorusso was the recipient of the Health Sciences Award at the Fanshawe Alumni Distinguished Alumni Awards' Hall of Fame dinner on Feb. 8. Currently, Lorusso is the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program co-ordinator at the College. Read more

Fanshawe MIA alumnus makes a massive impact on the Canadian music industry
Second year students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given a special treat when they were visited by MIA alumnus Tom Meikle, for a special guest lecture and performance earlier this school year. Read more

CTV News reporter and Fanshawe alumnus receives Community Service Award
CTV News reporter, Nick Paparella, received the Community Service Award at the Fanshawe Alumni Distinguished Alumni Awards' Hall of Fame dinner on Feb. 8. 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 grads find success with London based digital firm HRdownloads
A London company has proved that it holds a well-deserved spot on The PROFIT 500's list of Canada's Fastest Growing Companies. With their recent move to a bigger downtown location, HRdownloads has shown that they plan on continuing their growth. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus, A-Fos, helps MIA students bring their performances to the next level
Alex Foster, also known by his stage name A-Fos, is a graduate of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program and is hard at work with the current students of MIA. Read more

YouTube star and Fanshawe alumna, Bailey Pelkman visits MIA students to chat about her success
Students in the MIA program were thrilled to be visited by MIA alumna Bailey Pelkman. Pelkman who graduated from Fanshawe in 2015 has already created a successful career for herself on YouTube, with over 39,000 subscribers. Read more

Oscar winning engineer Craig Mann inspires APP and MIA Students
Late November brought an exciting day for the students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) and Audio Post Production (APP) programs. They were happily surprised to be visited by the world renowned and award winning audio post sound engineer Craig Mann. Read more

Fanshawe and London business join forces to help kids understand difficult topics through puppets
M.I. Understanding, which stands for mental illness understanding, is a business that helps create conversations about mental illness through the use of puppets. Read more

Musician Ryan Prasad to release new music this August
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Ryan Prasad is preparing for his album release this summer on August 29. Read more

Fanshawe alumna wins top drawing prize at national art showcase
Leah Probst, an alumna of Fanshawe's fine arts program, was awarded first place in the drawing category of the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Art Showcase. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus setting the mood with entrepreneurial success
Johnson Nguyen graduated from Fanshawe's graphic design program and came up with the idea and concept for his company Mood and Co. at the beginning of 2016. Read more

Former Fanshawe athletes to represent Team Canada in ball hockey championships
Four former members of Fanshawe's hockey program are set to play for Team Canada in the World Ball Hockey Federation (WBHF) World Championships held in Litomerice, Czech Republic in June 2017. Read more

Fanshawe fashion grad makes dream into a reality
Walking into Desi's Boutique, you'll be greeted by a breath of earth tones and a laid back, relaxed atmosphere that's reflected heavily to the clothing. 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

Fanshawe grad shines bright in a sports journalist's dream
Even in high school, Caroline Cameron knew that broadcast journalism was the path she wanted to pursue in life. As a sports and news fan, Cameron's interests worked hand-in-hand. Read more

Fanshawe fashion design grad finds success and support with online boutique
Nicole Snobelen knew from a young age that she wanted to be a fashion designer. It all began from a clothes matching and colouring game that her aunt had given to her. 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

Fanshawe alumnus performing at Rosewood Room
Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Patrick Maloney is performing Feb. 25 at the Rosewood Room, along with Taylor Holden and Cat Clyde. Originally from Greely, Ont., a small town outside of Ottawa, Maloney's music journey began while listening to his dad's vinyl records, playing some formal and classical music, then venturing to a drum kit when he was 12. Read more

Fanshawe grad uses business to create social change
Fanshawe graduate and entrepreneur Tyler Bryden has a lot to be proud of. His marketing and production company SixFive Interactive has just hired on a new employee and has an established office space in Innovation Works, a big step for the propel entrepreneurship program graduates. Read more


Fanshawe alumni brother trio bring a modern and fresh take on the local barbershop scene
Three brothers, originally from Trinidad and Tobago, recently opened their own barbershop, Ox and Bow, located at 205 Oxford Street East this past December. Read more

Fanshawe student creates business over night
With a really nice, but overpriced necklace in her jewelry box, Melinda Skinner decided to take matters into her own hands. She decided she didn't want to pay $25 for a necklace that she believed she could recreate. Read more

Fanshawe alumna wins two SiriusXM titles
On Jan. 4, Jessica Allossery, an Indie-Folk singer-songwriter from London, won two titles on the SiriusXM radio channel's Coffee House polls. Read more

Interior decoration alumna is Canada's next designer
Fanshawe alumna Marcy Mussari has been crowned Canada's next designer in an IKEA-sponsored reality TV competition, The Search For Canada's Next Designer. Read more

Fanshawe graduate wins the 2016 Premier's Award in technology field
Chris Gower, chief operator officer of buildings at PCL Construction Inc., was named the recipient of the 2016 Premier's Award in the technology field, according to a Fanshawe press release. Read more

Fanshawe alumna's continued success
Fanshawe alumna and Entertainment Tonight (ET) Canada host Cheryl Hickey has come a long way since her days as a broadcast journalism student. 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 collaborates on motion capture suit and arm sleeve for Parkinson's patients
Fanshawe has collaborated with researchers at Movement Disorder Diagnostic Technologies Inc. (MDDT) to create a prototype of a motion capture suit and tremor arm sleeve for Parkinson's patients. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus makes school proud with a bronze medal win in Rio
London native and Fanshawe business alumnus Damian Warner arrived back home on Aug. 24 after winning a bronze medal in the decathlon during the Rio Olympic Games. 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

Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies rock the house at Rum Runners
Thanks to Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, we've seen some fantastic bands come out of the college. One of these bands is the indie folk collective, Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies. This week Interrobang had the chance to c... Read more

Fanshawe grad to release inspirational book
Fanshawe alumnus and London resident, Chris Olech, is about to release his first book. Read more

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