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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

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The comeback team: Knights head to second round of OHL playoffs
After winning the Memorial Cup in 2016, the London Knights are eyeing a back-to-back playoffs win, but faced a tough first round playing neck and neck with the Windsor Spitfires that went into game seven of a seven game series. Read more

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Crime prevention tip of the week
As the school races to exams and completion of the school year people sometimes forget the small things. Here are some quick reminders to help you keep safe as life leads you where it will. Read more

Rope for Hope: Rappelling to grant wishes
For Londoners, Rope for Hope may only be one thing, and that is to experience the thrill of a lifetime as they rappel from London City Centre; one of the tallest landmarks in London, but more importantly they rappel for a cause. Read more

I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore reminds us that we always have a choice
Ruth Kimke (Melanie Lynskey), the main protagonist of the recently released Netflix crime-comedy film I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore directed by Macon Blair, is an easy target for bullying. Read more

Power Rangers sits right in the Goldilocks zone
Director Haim Saban's Power Rangers is a superhero action film reboot of the Power Rangers franchise based on the children's TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, produced by original creator Saban, after regaining ownership of the franchise following seven years of ownership by Disney. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Songs to get your summer started early
School is winding down and summer can be seen glinting in the distance like presents under a Christmas tree. Make sure that your summer is a banger by bringing the best songs possible to the beach with you. Here's what to avoid and what to play back-to-back. Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Put some muscle behind your ideas. Following through is the only way to get things done. Pump up the volume, and bring about change. Read more

FSU helps make students stress fur-ee
As exam time rolls around the corner, stress starts to increase at a pace many students are not prepared for. But Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is trying their best to help with many initiatives. 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

Beauty Boy: Makeup mistakes (and how to fix them)
Have you ever spent hours doing your makeup and then just as you're about to be finished you get mascara everywhere? Making mistakes while applying makeup is common, but what is rather unknown are tricks to instantly fix any makeup gone astray. Read more

What happens to fat when you exercise?
There's a fire inside all of us that unleashes when we exercise called endorphins or adrenaline. You start to feel every artery pulsing, heartrate rising, veins circulating with warm blood. Read more

What Does Kerra Seay?: Canada Day 2018 will be lit
As you likely have already heard, the Liberal government led by Trudeau have plans to announce legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana for those over 18 by July 1, 2018 according to Global News. Read more

Rumours of Grace: Climate change activists, don't give up
Today, as I write, is a good day for climate destruction and bad one for all those who have been active in the battle to save our global environment. The reason? The U.S. president signed an executive order cutting down what reporters are calling former President Obama's climate change legacy. Read more