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Fanshawe alumnus, A-Fos, helps MIA students bring their performances to the next level
Fanshawe alumnus, A-Fos, helps MIA students bring their performances to the next level


Fanshawe volleyball coverage
Both the men's and women's Fanshawe volleyball teams are off to a great start in 2018. Read more

Fanshawe curling coverage
Both Fanshawe men's and women's curling teams participated in a game at the 2018 World Financial Group Continental Cup. Read more

Motoring: Speed, comfort and class: Meet the 2018 Lexus NX300h
Toyota, along with its luxury division Lexus, makes more hybrid vehicles than any other manufacturer. In fact, some of their hybrid offerings aren't even offered for sale in Canada. Read more

Join Mario and Cappy on their globetrotting adventure in Super Mario Odyssey
Super Mario Odyssey is an invigorating installment into the Mario franchise that pays homage to its predecessors, while also offering something new. Read more

The directive team behind Share the Land
Second year Music Industry Arts (MIA) students Jenna Bjornson and Alex Emrich are a part of the entirely student run creative team for the annual Share the Land (STL) charity concert. Read more

Jeepers Creepers 3: A long-awaited disappointment
If you are a horror buff you may have heard through the grapevine that a new Jeepers Creepers movie was coming to theatres but then never heard anything about it again. Read more

Tim Hortons franchisees should not profit from cut corners
Kick off your morning right - with a donut, a cup of coffee and a PR disaster. Read more

Wearing black at the Golden Globes is symbolism, not activism
The 2018 Golden Globes were an emotional affair. Oprah told sexual predators 'your time is up', men donned '#TimesUp' pins, and women traded colourful designer gowns for black designer gowns. But the hype surrounding the black dress movement is dangerous, because the Golden Globes were not activism. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights clean house on deadline day
It's generally known around the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) that each season can be split into two parts. Read more

Fanshawe professor wins Interior Designers of Canada Design Research Award
Professor Natalie Rowe of the Fanshawe honours bachelor of interior design degree program has demonstrated exceptional skills in her field and was awarded the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) Design Research Award. Read more

Ford's exoskeleton suit is quickly becoming the company's own version of the Iron Man suit
Within the last year, the Ford Motor Company has been working with Ekso Bionics in creating a new super-suit for it's employees at their manufacturing plants in the United States. Read more

FSU to host Stranger Things themed winter concert
The FSU is kicking off the winter semester with a concert for students. The Upside Get Down concert will feature live performances by Kid Royal, Chad Price and headliner Texas King. Read more

Provincial government invests $170 million in BRT project
Earlier this week, the Minister of Transportation revealed that the provincial government will be investing $170 million into London's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. Read more

Music Industry Arts' Share the Land charity concert prepares for its biggest year yet
Second year students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program are hard at work getting ready for their annual Share the Land charity concert happening at the London Music Hall. Read more

Knights forward Alex Formenton secures Gold Medal for Canada at World Juniors
After falling to the U.S. in a devastating loss at last year's World Junior Championship (WJC), Team Canada now emerges with gold medals draped around their necks for the first time since 2015, after defeating Team Sweden 3-1. Read more