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Ontario college faculty vote in favour of a strike mandate
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In only a matter of weeks, FUEL is already catching the attention of many Fanshawe students on campus
The Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) hosted its second meeting on Sept. 18. FUEL is a new initiative this school year that allows students of all skill levels to compete in video game tournaments or watch others compete. Read more

Fanshawe students meet their match with Smash Wrestling
Fanshawe students were treated to a fun night on campus with the Smash Wrestling crew coming back to the College to put on a great show. Read more

Positive features outweigh the high cost for the 2017 Honda Civic Type-R
When Honda first introduced the Civic back in 1972, it was the entry-level offering from this Japanese manufacturers. Over the years, the Civic has grown in size, performance and is now at a point where it has never been at before, at least in North America. Read more

mother!: Not for the faint of heart
Looking for something to do on date night? Are you an expecting mother or are already a mother of a young child? Are you easily upset? Then the new horror, mystery movie mother!, directed by Darren Aronofsky, is not for you. Read more

Health and Fitness: Working out when you are sick
For some of us, it's really hard to skip a workout. On the other hand, sometimes you skip too many and end up getting sick again because your body has to adapt to so many big changes. It also depends on what kind of demonic bug is entering your body. Read more

TIFF Review: An adaptation of Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach
Toronto (CUP) - Having read Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach, it would be hard to imagine how the unsettling subject matter of the novel could be accurately adapted into film. It is fair to say, however, that director Dominic Cooke beautifully translated what may have been perceived as a story of two shallow teenagers into an ode to thwarted desire. Read more

Kip keeps giving Moore with his latest album Slowheart
Country rock singer/songwriter Kip Moore is back with his third studio album Slowheart, a collection of songs that are both soulful and raw, but still as catchy as ever. Read more

Tips should not replace salary
Liquor servers in both Ontario and British Columbia are paid a lower minimum wage. In Quebec, there is a separate, and lower, minimum wage for all tipped employees. In light of this policy change, now is the time to discuss why gratuities should not replace salary. Read more

Get an iLoan for the new iPhone: What an Apple lover thinks of the new iPhone X
Being a fan of Apple these days is kind of like being a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Sure they're both pretty good looking on the surface but when it comes time to perform... well at least they're both pretty good looking. Read more

Services shine bright on campus as they provide information and resources to students on campus
Fanshawe's annual service fair was back on campus on Sept. 20 in an effort to attract student's attention and show them the kinds of services that are available to them at the College. Read more

Fanshawe hosts annual sexual awareness fair
Fanshawe held its annual sexual awareness fair on Sept. 14. The fair gave students the opportunity to speak with community and campus partners on topics regarding sexual health such as safe sexual practices, sexual violence prevention and consent messaging. Read more

London North Centre MPP hosts roundtable event to discuss the new changes to OSAP with students
MPP for London North Centre and Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, Deb Matthews, joined Fanshawe and Western students at a roundtable to discuss the new Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) On Sept. 15. Read more

Ontario college faculty vote in favour of a strike mandate
On Sept. 14, faculty from across all 24 colleges in Ontario cast their ballots to determine if their bargaining team would have the power to institute a strike. After the dust had settled, 68 per cent voted in favour of a strike mandate. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus' company ranks high on 2017 Canadian wide business list
In PROFIT Magazine and Canadian Business' 29th annual PROFIT 500 competition, London's very own Arcane ranked 41 among the fastest growing companies in Canada, according to an Arcane press release. Read more