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Fanshawe hosts Indigenous basketball tournament
Fanshawe held an Indigenous basketball tournament on June 7th in Fanshawe's fitness center gymnasium. Open to students, parents and spectators, the games kicked off at 10 a.m. and ran through to 2 p.m. Read more

Seth Marcaccio breaking records and setting the running bar high
Seth Marcaccio is setting the bar high when it comes to life after post-secondary education. Read more

London Majors raise awareness for ALS Canuck
The London Majors played more than their usual game against the Hamilton Cardinals on May 19. Read more

Fanshawe Falcon soars to Canada's U21 Volleyball team
Fanshawe Falcon Andre Foreman was announced by Volleyball Canada to be selected to play libero for team Canada's under 21 (U21) Men's Junior National team, according to a Fanshawe Athletics media release. Read more

World Class figure skaters treat London crowd
Stars on Ice made its way to Budweiser Gardens with a number of talented skaters on May 7. The skating tour, which has various groups travelling across Canada, the United States and Japan feature a number of current and retired competitive skaters. Read more


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

Motoring: Experience a land yacht with the 2017 Dodge Charger SXT Rallye AWD
If car years are equivalent to dog years, then the platform for the current Dodge Charger is a senior citizen, having first hit the road in 2005. While the platform is old, and is showing its age a bit, it is still remarkably good for the job at hand. Read more


Knights' Night: Knights-Spitfires first round series not disappointing
Games one and two between the London Knights and Windsor Spitfires have had just about everything a hockey fan could want. Goals, fights, end-to-end play, you name it. Read more

Men's curling take home the gold
For the third time in the program's history, the men's curling team have taken home a gold medal from the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championships. Read more

Former Fanshawe athletes to represent Team Canada in ball hockey championships
Four former members of Fanshawe's hockey program are set to play for Team Canada in the World Ball Hockey Federation (WBHF) World Championships held in Litomerice, Czech Republic in June 2017. Read more

Motoring: 2017 MINI Cooper S Convertible: Strong in any type of weather
With the unseasonably warm and sunny winter we've had this year, one could quite easily live with a car that would be most suited for summer. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights to face tough Spitfires team in first round
The road to the Memorial Cup won't be an easy one for the London Knights. In fact, it will be pushed to the limit in the first round of the OHL playoffs. Read more

Men's volleyball place fourth in CCAAs
After a hard fought battle, Fanshawe Falcons' men's volleyball team finished fourth in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship. Read more

Motoring: Diesel-powered Ranger Rover Sport is finally here
A couple of weeks ago, we looked at some diesel-powered sedan offerings from Jaguar. This week, let's look at another diesel-powered product from JLR, in the shape of a luxury SUV. Read more

Motoring: 2017 BMW 750Li: A private jet for the road
In the last decade, if you wanted a super-luxury sedan that spoiled you with supreme comfort, the answer was not the BMW 7 series. Read more

Knights's Night: Knights need to tighten up for playoffs
The post-season is just around the corner in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and it's time for the London Knights to start acting that way. Since a 5-2 win in Kitchener on Feb. 10, the Knights have amassed a 5-4 record. Read more

Women's basketball become bronze medalists second year in a row
Fanshawe's women's basketball team competed in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Provincial Championships over the first weekend in March. After three difficult games, the team took home a bronze medal in a 72-56 win against the Seneca Sting. Read more

Fanshawe grad shines bright in a sports journalist's dream
Even in high school, Caroline Cameron knew that broadcast journalism was the path she wanted to pursue in life. As a sports and news fan, Cameron's interests worked hand-in-hand. Read more

Men's volleyball takes home bronze at OCAAs
This season has been a spectacular one for Fanshawe's men's volleyball team with them finishing the season first in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Read more

Motoring: A new diesel powered vehicle: 2017 Jaguar XE 20d and XF 20d
If you've been living in Europe for the past two decades, finding the word diesel next to the word Jaguar is quite common, but that has surely not been the case in North America. Read more

Knights' Night: Road becoming home sweet home for Knights
After playing most of the first half of the schedule at Budweiser Gardens, the London Knights have spent a lot of time on the road in the last few weeks. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights first team to clinch a playoff spot
Unsurprisingly, the London Knights and Erie Otters were the first teams in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) to book their ticket to the 2017 post-season (on the same day). Read more

Motoring: 2017 Lincoln Continental: A luxury car that's worth the luxury price tag
When William (Bill) Ford Jr. took the reigns of the Ford Motor Company towards the end of 2001, among the first things he did was to axe the Continental model from Lincoln's line up. Read more

Mikhaila Wright breaks two Fanshawe records
On Feb. 8, in a game against Lambton Lions, 22-year-old Mikhaila Wright made Fanshawe history as she broke Fanshawe basketball single game scoring record with 36 points and Fanshawe women's basketball single game scoring record with seven three-pointers. Read more

Men's baseball team receive first ever rings
After an impressive season that saw Fanshawe's men's baseball team claim their first ever national championship, the team received their 2016 championship rings. Read more
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Motoring: 2017 Mazda CX-9 Signature
The last time I got to drive the all-new, second-generation model of the Mazda CX-9, it was during its launch event in the beautiful Okanagan Valley, back in May 2016. It was a beautiful setting, and the weather was just perfect. Read more

Knights' Night: Who can beat the London Knights?
Year after year, the London Knights have been a force to reckon with in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Whether it's great coaching, good draft instincts or players reaching their full potential, the Knights are always good. Read more

James Jackson tops the men's volleyball team in stats for month of January
On Feb. 1st, James Jackson, member of the Fanshawe volleyball team, was named the lululemon Fanshawe male student-athlete for the month of January. The award is given to one male and one female Fanshawe athlete per month based on their accomplishments. Read more

Knights' Night: Alex Formenton and Robert Thomas headline the future of the London Knights
The London Knights have a lot of great players that will probably be in the NHL next year. With ten NHL draft picks, this team will be a lot different come the 2017-2018 season. Read more

Everything you need with the 2017 BMW 650i Cabriolet xDrive
A few years ago, BMW Canada handed me the keys to an M6 Coupe, in the middle of a cold winter. This year, they handed me keys to a 650i Cabriolet in January. So, why test a convertible in winter? Well, BMW believes that all their cars are built to be used all year long, no matter what the climate. Read more