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Fanshawe students share their thoughts on The Royal Wedding
On May 19th, 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be joined in holy matrimony. Interrobang's Emma Fairgrieve asked Fanshawe students for their take on this momentous occasion. Read more

London welcomes back CMAOntario Festival and Awards
London is set to be home for a number of country music musicians, their teams and more as the city hostís the Canadian Country Music Association of Ontario (CMAOntario) Festival and Awards on June 1 to 3. Read more

London is Alive with The Sound of Music!
Sponsored by Broadway in London and Budweiser Gardens: A brand new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by three-time Tony Award® winner Jack O’Brien, is currently on tour across North America! And its next stop is our very own London. Read more

Share some laughs with the London community at the Bad Art Festival II
On April 28, Brown and Dickson Booksellers and LondonFuse are hosting an event that will showcase an array of bad art and questionable live performances submitted by the local community. The event will take place at the LondonFuse headquarters at 24 Bathurst St. Read more

Driven for success, Motion Wearable Art Fashion Show attracts over 200 attendees
The showroom at the Lexus of London dealership was packed on April 12 with parents, friends and fashion enthusiasts eager to see the motion-themed garment designs created by various Fanshawe students. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
You'll be prompted to make a personal change on that will encourage you to pay closer attention to the way you look as well as give you incentive to get into shape. Read more

Lost Boy brings a darker spin to our beloved Peter Pan story
Christina Henry brings readers a darker prequel to the original Peter Pan, an origin story about one of the most well-known fictional pirates, Captain James Hook. Read more

Health and Fitness: Use it or lose it
Starting something new is never easy, but starting over can be worse. When you take time off or not consistently training, your muscles atrophy (muscle cells shrink) and your motor neurons begin to 'forget' the action they need to do. Read more

Mom and Dad: Frivolous and twisted
What was first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival back in 2017, Mom and Dad finally got its international release in 2018. While this film is definitely not Oscar worthy, it had a twisted plot and was a lot of fun to watch. Read more

Five tips to help you survive finals
Finals are almost here. There is no doubt that this is a very stressful time for many, however, the best way to reduce your stress is to prepare yourself as much as you can for your finals. Read more

Joshua Hyslop releases Echos
Joshua Hyslop is a songwriter and musician from Vancouver, BC that has been taking the Canadian music scene by storm. His music draws from a variety of styles making it difficult to box into one specific genre but would best fall under the folk and singer-songwriter categories. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Take care of personal matters. Don't get caught up in someone else's affairs. Lending or borrowing money, possessions or anything that could potentially leave you at a loss should be avoided. Read more

Annihilation: Insightful film that takes time to understand
Annihilation is a thought-provoking science fiction horror film that will leave the audience wondering about various events of the film long after they have left the theater Read more

Three things to do in London during spring
Spring break and reading week has just wrapped up for (most) schools. London has so much to offer to all different types of people. From indoor to outdoor activities the possibilities are endless. Read more

Health and Fitness: Understanding your personal fitness journey
How much should I weigh and how many calories should I be taking in? These are two very common and related questions we as fitness trainers get asked every day. 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

Fanshawe students display their works of art at downtown London gallery
From March 20 to 24, Fanshawe second-year fine art students put together an art exhibit at the ARTS Project gallery as part of their visual research class. Read more

Health and Fitness: Put your back into it
Your back needs your care and attention. With so many muscles extending to and from your back, this is the epicenter of movement and posture for your body. Read more

CAISA fashion show Innova breaks own fundraising record
A buzz filled Centennial Hall Friday night as 1,300 audience members waited in anticipation for models to take the stage - treating everyone to a show no one will soon forget. Read more

Visual art student Vanessa Ervin challenges societal norms through art
Vanessa Ervin is a third year Visual Arts student who came to Lakehead from St. Joseph's Island in hopes of pursuing her passion of art. Read more

Cadence Weapon comes to London Music Hall
Canadian rapper, Roland Pemberton a.k.a. Cadence Weapon is leading the way when it comes to rap music and with a newly released self-titled album, he's surely making an impact in the music industry. Read more

Poet Holly Painter shows the power of spoken word poetry at Fanshawe
On March 15, director of London Poetry Slam, spoken word artist, Holly Painter, made a visit to Fanshawe's London campus to share some of her poems with the community. 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

Hellraiser Judgement: A gory rebirth
Hellraiser Judgement takes a fresh look on the series where three detectives are trying to hunt down a gruesome serial killer who is terrorizing the town. Read more

Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Conflicts will leave you questioning the best way to move forward. Look for a unique way to get the attention of those in a position to help your cause. Read more

Health and Fitness: What to do when you're about to eat your stress away
You need to study right now, but instead you find yourself in the kitchen staring into the refrigerator hoping the eating will make you smarter for your big test tomorrow. Read more

Fanshawe collaborates on positive St. Paddy's Day tees
Fanshawe's sexual violence prevention advisor and the college's fashion marketing and management program teamed up in making and selling punny St. Patrick's Day T-shirts promoting consent. Read more

Inspiring the next generation of industry professionals
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were excited when they heard the news that they were to be visited by Fanshawe alumni and Juno winning audio engineer George Seara. Read more