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News

Trudeau draws large crowd in London
In an attempt to have an intimate conversation with Londoners, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought his town hall tour to Western University on Jan. 13. Read more

Fanshawe students raising funds for Costa Rica placement
From Feb. 17 to March 10, a mixture of Fanshawe students from different courses will have the privilege to do placement in Costa Rica to help educate young students. Read more

Colleges and universities team up to bring the best of the education worlds
The time of polarization between university and college is ending or at least becoming less noticeable in certain fields. Read more

Students pleased with the "You Don't Say" campaign
Fanshawe's You Don't Say campaign is receiving positive feedback from students. Since October 2016, posters of student leaders have been displayed across the campus, with captions explaining why they don't say certain expressions. Read more

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Fanshawe alumni brother trio bring a modern and fresh take on the local barbershop scene
Three brothers, originally from Trinidad and Tobago, recently opened their own barbershop, Ox and Bow, located at 205 Oxford Street East this past December. Read more

XXX-rated hypnotist returns to Fanshawe for 40th time
XXX-rated hypnotist Tony Lee, is set to return to the Fanshawe stage in what will be his 40th time performing at the college. Though he wasn't born here, Lee said London is like a hometown to him, since he has a number of friends in town and grew up a bit in the area. Read more

London North Centre MPP delivers new changes to OSAP
The Ontario government is making it one step easier for students to understand the cost of post-secondary education, along with grant and loan opportunities with the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Read more

Virtual reality expands knowledge of Iroquois longhouse
Londoners can now experience an Iroquois longhouse via virtual reality at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology (MOA). On Jan. 12, the exhibit opened to the public. Read more

Opinion

What Does Kerra Seay?: Make Canada Great Again?
On Friday the 13th around 2,500 Londoners lined up for the opportunity to attend a town hall meeting featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Of those people, 1,500 got in and 1,000 did not. I was one of those 1,000 left out in the cold. Read more

Reyno Rants: Reading this could save a family or friendship
Picking up Monopoly is a commitment to dismantling even the purest of gatherings. Playing any board game that lasts longer than 30 minutes can bring out the worst in a family, but none have a reputation as fearsome as this property-trading nightmare. Read more

Lifestyles

Beauty Boy: Trend spotlight: Metallic
Spotted on many runway shows, promoted largely by makeup artist superstar Pat McGrath and starting to fill the cosmetic market, metallic makeup is making a comeback in a huge way. Read more

An unfortunate series
Netflix recently debuted its painstakingly accurate adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, produced and co-written by Daniel Handler. Read more

Visually stunning, yet righteous and insensitive
Patriot's Day is a dramatic action thriller depicting the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the ensuing manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Anzorovich Tsarnaev. Read more

Dealing with workplace conformity in Jonas Karlsson's The Room
It's no surprise that a lot of fiction has been written on the topic of office culture considering the number of people who spend most of their lives working there. Read more

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Zodiac Stargazer Horoscope
Early this week friends and relatives may wish to discuss past events or recent disagreements. Expect sudden revelations or previously withheld criticisms to be quite surprising. Read more

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Top 10 things fit people do
Ever wonder why some people just seem to be effortlessly fit? Trust me, it is no small feat. Most of us have to work really hard, but some of us have made it so part of our lifestyle that it's normal to us. Read more

Fear For Thought: The Handmaiden is beautifully bizarre
On the surface, The Handmaiden is as high-brow as cinema comes. It is a two-and-half hour-long foreign language costume drama with lush cinematography and an orchestral soundtrack. Read more

Sports

A small town boy built for anything
Nate Van Camp has made a name for himself on Fanshawe's men's volleyball team. As a six foot four fourth year it is not hard to understand how he has climbed his way up to being one of the Falcon's scoring leaders. Read more

Motoring: The largest Mini around
I first reviewed the new Mini Clubman a few months ago, but that was in Cooper S form, which has quite a bit more power than the base model. Read more

Olympic silver medallist swaps her oar for books
Natalie Mastracci, an Olympic silver medalist for the Canadian women's eight rowing team, has left her athletic career and is now pursuing an education with Fanshawe's interactive media design program. Read more