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NDP leaders visit faculty at Fanshawe College
NDP leaders visit faculty at Fanshawe College


London hosts its first Music Career Day
Many students believe that it is difficult to pursue a career in music as they think there are not very many job opportunities. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights' stars take centre stage in Canada-Russia series
It was a relatively quiet week for the London Knights, but not all players were enjoying the time off. Four Knights took part in the 15th iteration of the CIBC Canada Russia Series last weekend.  Read more

New online platform helps youth have more input on future government policies
On Oct. 30, the Ontario government officials launched a new online platform to help give youth a greater voice and input regarding policy developments in the province. Read more

Purple, lights and chalk walks: Fanshawe's support for raising awareness on violence against women
In an effort to further extend the support of the London Abused Women's Centre's Shine the Light campaign, Fanshawe simply took it one step further with a number of things, including a chalk walk. 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

Lest We Forget: Londoners remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice
The 83rd Remembrance Day ceremony at London's cenotaph in Victoria Park attracted crowds commemorating veterans who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice. Read more

Remembrance Day special report
We spoke to Canadian Forces Veteran Major Bruce Stock at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 317 about his career, and why remembering those who served our country is so important. Read more

VegFest London to take place this Saturday
The general public will have the opportunity to learn more about vegan-friendly organizations and listen to guest speakers at this year's VegFest London. Read more

Knights' Night: Average the new astonishing for Knights
If the London Knights can be called anything right now, it's average. First, they lost nine of their opening ten games. Then, they won four in a row, scoring an astounding 21 goals in the process. Read more

Faculty members to vote on CEC's latest offer of settlement
Following four days of a media blackout, both the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council (CEC) have updated the public on negotiations at the bargaining table. Read more

Men's baseball team wins silver at this year's National Championships
From Oct. 26 to 29, the men's baseball team participated in the National Championships in Oshawa. On the final day of the tournament, the Falcons were set to face the St. Clair Saints in the gold medal game. Read more

Jodi Anderson-Carson competes in WKC World Championships
Fanshawe's Jodi Anderson-Carson will be competing in two speed fighting events at the World Karate and Kickboxing Commission (WKC) World Championships this week in Orlando, Fla. 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


South Western International Film Festival back for its third year in Sarnia
The South Western International Film Festival (SWIFF) is back for a third year of bringing culturally diverse stories to Canada. The not-for-profit festival is led by the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and aims to present a variety of voices and perspectives through films that are not available at multiplex theatres. Read more

London lights the town purple for a cause
The London Abused Women's Centre (LAWC) kicked off their eighth annual Shine the Light on Woman Abuse campaign at Victoria Park on Nov.1. Read more