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Energy abounds as Dan + Shay roll through London Music Hall
There's just something about young country artists that make people want to scream and on Dec. 10, that was no exception. Country duo Dan + Shay put on a show that kept the crowd on their feet throughout their entire set at the London Music Hall. Read more

Holiday wishes granted for students
In the holiday spirit, members from the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) surprised a number of lucky students by granting them with wellness wishes on Dec.7 and 8. Read more

Fanshawe Student Union donates $1,700 to Habitat for Humanity
The FSU presented Habitat for Humanity, Heartland Ont. with a $1,700 cheque on Dec. 15. Though Fanshawe College has previously partnered with the organization through the college's trades programs and marketing department, this is the first time the FSU has been involved. Read more

Increasing awareness of women in technology and trades industries
On Nov. 29, Fanshawe College had the privilege to host an event that opened the eyes of young women to the world of skilled trades and technologies. The event was hosted by Skills Ontario through their career exploration for women initiative and KickAss Careers, along with a number of other partners. Read more

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Theory of a Deadman rocks acoustic show at London Music Hall
The strength of Theory of a Deadman lies in their nostalgia. For an hour and a half Nov. 21 at the London Music Hall, Interrobang was brought back to the good ol' days. It was an interesting choice for the Canadian rock band to play a set with only acoustic instruments, but for the most part, it worked. Read more

Falcons serve a toss up
On Nov. 26 both men's and women's volleyball faced off against the Humber Hawks. The women's team had a steep task ahead, facing the second ranked team in all of Canada. In the first set, the Falcons had a 3-1 lead but excellent serving by the Hawks put the Falcons behind.  Read more

Culinary students donate $1,000 to The Sharing Shop
A building was transformed into a walk along New York streets Nov. 24 for the second annual culinary food event, only this year they partnered with the food and beverage program. Read more

The Treble rocked Rum Runners stage
Canadian alternative rock band The Treble, made their second trip to London well worth the wait, as they performed an impressive set on Nov. 18 at Rum Runners. Read more

An "out of this world" experience
Students from Fanshawe's fashion marketing and management program transported Londoners to another world, with their Galactic Gala fashion show on November 17th. Read more

Knights' Night: The Knights are in first
It took 22 games, but the Knights are finally on top of the OHL standings. Following three wins in three tries over the weekend, the Knights passed the Erie Otters to take over first place.  Read more

Fanshawe pays respect to bright, young student
Fanshawe mourns the loss of Adam Nigh, a level one apprenticeship student of the automotive service technician program, according to a Fanshawe press release. According to the press release, Nigh passed away as the result of an accident that occurred on Nov. 13 at the Westminster Ponds/Pond Mills Conservation Area.  Read more

A spiking upset
On Nov. 12, the Falcons took on the Mohawk Mountaineers in some intense volleyball action. The women's team opened the action and the crowd quickly got behind the Falcons as they got a quick 2-1 lead. The excitement in the crowd grew after a huge shot block made by Lindsay Wilcox.  Read more

Falcons' basketball sending a powerful message
On November 5th, the Fanshawe men's and women's basketball teams faced off against the Sault College Cougars. Read more
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Canadian Hall of Famer and former racecar driver receives Fanshawe honorary diploma
Canadian auto racing driver and Hall of Famer, turned businessman Paul Tracy received an honorary degree from Fanshawe on Nov. 3. Tracy has 31 IndyCar victories, a 2003 Championship Auto Racing Team (CART) member and was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 2014. Read more

Local healer coming to Fanshawe
Sheilha Jackson, 75, has a gift, a gift that enables her to heal those around her, using special tools to put at ease the minds of people both young and old. Read more

Fanshawe caught off guard with pro-life group back on campus
Fanshawe students and staff were faced with another round of pro-life representatives on Oct. 27, this time without the college's consent. Three members from the London Against Abortion group were set up in F-hallway with pamphlets in hand and large posters that claimed to demonstrate the realities of what an abortion looks like. Read more
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Kip left the crowd wanting Moore
Country rock singer-songwriter Kip Moore performed to a sold out show at the London Music Hall on Oct.14 for his Me and My Kind Tour. With an impressive list of roughly 20 songs, Moore kept the crowd on their feet and raising their drinks. Read more

Pro-life group visits Fanshawe College
Interrobang re-caps the October 6th visit to Fanshawe by pro-life group CCBR, and the response from within the Fanshawe community and beyond. Read more

The best of the best flocked into Budweiser Gardens for the CCMA Awards
The Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) celebrated its 40th anniversary in London for the first time on Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Budweiser Gardens. Read more

A busy day of interaction for fans and musicians on day three of Canadian Country Music Week
The third day of Canada Country Music Week kicked off with fanfest, which was a free event that featured a number of musicians performing some of their hits, and a then a meet and greet session for fans to line up and meet their favourite musicians. Read more

Canadian country music legends and newcomers collaborate for a family reunion
The second day of the Country Music Week festivities, in preparation for the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards on Sunday included many more opportunities for musicians and fans to get to know one another. Read more

Country Music Week kicks off in London with rave reviews
The Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards celebrates its 40th anniversary and is being held in London for the first time ever. Read more

Chad Brownlee and Jess Moskaluke hit the frosh stage before the CCMA Awards
Canadian country music artists Chad Brownlee and Jess Moskaluke take the centre stage at Fanshawe on Sept. 8 for the annual frosh concert. Read more

Two new vice presidents coming to Fanshawe
Fanshawe students and staff are set to welcome two newly appointed vice presidents to campus on August 29. Read more
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Fanshawe alumnus makes school proud with a bronze medal win in Rio
London native and Fanshawe business alumnus Damian Warner arrived back home on Aug. 24 after winning a bronze medal in the decathlon during the Rio Olympic Games. Read more

Quick response from RCMP prevents potential terrorist attack
The southern Ontario town of Strathroy, west of London, became the setting of an international storyline with the killing of a 24-year-old man who was suspected of a “potential terrorist threat” according to an RCMP statement. Read more

NHL player honours Londoner's community contributions
On August. 4, Drew Doughty, atoMc ambassador and current defenceman for the Los Angeles Kings, joined atoMc for a day of activities to honour Sharrie Hennessy. Read more

Student housing a prime target for break-ins and robbery
Students living on Fleming Drive and Thurman Circle located on the northeast side of London are reporting break-and-enters. Read more

Blastoise captured at Fanshawe
Interrobang Pokemon Go beat reporter Nick Reyno gets to the bottom of a Blastoise sighting near the Student Centre at Fanshawe. Read more

Fanshawe grad wins national award
Nick Reyno, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program and Interrobang contributor, was a winner of the MusiCounts Fred Sherratt award. Read more

Past FSU president takes home the Annual Charity Golf Tournament trophy
A Fanshawe alumnus and former Fanshawe Student Union president was the winner of this year's FSU Charity Golf Tournament. Read more

Fanshawe wins three awards national scholarships in broadcast journalism
Fanshawe Broadcast Journalism students won three national awards at the Radio, Television and News Digital News conference. Read more

Interrobang tries Bubble Soccer
You can make a fool of yourself just like the Interrobangers on June 22. Sign up at the Athletics desk in J building. Read more

Fanshawe sets out to help kids go to camp
For the second year in a row, campus security and special constables assisted Tim Hortons for the Tim Hortons Camp Day. Read more

Carrie Underwood leaves London in awe
Carrie Underwood put on an awe-inspiring show at Budweiser Gardens and Interrobang was there to capture some of the special moments.  Read more

Knights win the Memorial Cup second time in team's history
The London Knights brought home the Memorial Cup to expectant fans in Victoria Park on May 30. Read more

Goslings rescued from roof of F building
Two geese were spotted on the top of Fanshawe's F Building with their unhatched baby goslings. Read more

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Make a splash and dive into summer
It's time to make a splash this summer and dive into the deep end. Indoor pools are out and outdoor pools are in. Read more

The Interrobang tries Big League Ball
The Fanshawe Student Union took a group of Fanshawe College students out to the ballgame... specifically the May 17th Jays vs. Rays game. Read more

Interrobang visits Port Dover (PD13)
Members of the Interrobang team visited Port Dover on Friday The 13th for their world famous Friday The 13th (PD13) festivities. Read more

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London Rock n' Roll tour remembers city's underground music history
A new walking tour around London's downtown core will focus on the city's rich underground music history. Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Support for families left out of Liberal budget
Dear Editor: The 2016 federal budget is doing nothing more for families than leaving a $29.4 billion bill to pay. Read more

Justin Trudeau visits Fanshawe College
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Fanshawe College on April 14th, 2016 to discuss the importance of investing in post-secondary education. Read more

Unbound celebrates 10th birthday in style
About 300 people saw designs created by Fanshawe College Fashion Design students and alumni at the 10th annual Unbound Fashion Show at Museum London. Read more

Drone course now offered at Fanshawe
A new Continuing Education course through Fanshawe College will teach and certify its students to fly drones. Read more
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The bare minimum
Minimum wage is a depressing indicator that your employer is paying you the lowest amount they legally can. Read more

Rumours of Grace: This summer - hope?
For most students a year of study is ending. Once exams are over we'll see four months of work, time off, and maybe even some travel. At the same time, there are plenty of reasons to feel tha... Read more

Interrobang Walks off the Earth to see Marianas Trench
On March 16, London hosted Marianas Trench and Walk off the Earth at Budweiser Gardens on the fifth date of their “Never Say Die” tour. The tour will take Marianas Trench from Kingston all... Read more

Twiztid set to unleash mayhem at the Roosevelt Room
On March 24, the Detroit Hip Hop duo Twiztid is coming to London’s Roosevelt Room. With ten studio albums under their belt and no less than a dozen movies, the rappers promise to transform our c... Read more

The London Music Hall transforms into an Adventure Club
London is predominantly known for two things: being the forest city and having one of the best music scenes in all of Canada. On any given night you can find dozens of concerts at the local venues wit... Read more