Current Issue: Monday, June 5th, 2017


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Jeff Martin, lead singer of the Canadian band The Tea Party
ONtour concert series hits a high note in London


A flag flown in pride
In a sign of solidarity with its LGBTQ+ community, Fanshawe raised the Pride flag in front of F building on Thursday July 20. Read more

Rock the Park goes country for the night
London's Rock the Park Music Festival was back for another year, with five days of great entertainment, food, fun and excitement. Read more

Rainbow crosswalk painted at Fanshawe
Fanshawe College students and faculty as well as Fanshawe Student Union members came together to paint a rainbow crosswalk in front of the of the new Wellness and Fitness Centre. Read more

Trackside Music Festival treats audience to sweet line up, tunes and long weekend
London was home to another country music weekend with the Trackside Music Festival on July 1 and 2. Western Fair District was the place to be over the July long weekend with a wide range of North American acts both big and small giving the audience everything they had.  Read more

Fanshawe paints rainbow crosswalk outside Wellness and Fitness Centre
Fanshawe College and the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) showed its pride by painting a rainbow crosswalk on campus on July 6. Read more

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

Construction updates to Fanshawe's downtown campus
Fanshawe representatives and community members held a press conference in the Good Foundation Theatre of the downtown campus, the Centre for Digital and Performance Arts (CDPA), to discuss updates on the progress of the construction of the new downtown London campus, on June 9. Read more

Fanshawe launches new agri-business management graduate program
Fanshawe celebrated the launch of its one-year agri-business management graduate certificate program on June 7. Read more

Ontario passes bills for a better tomorrow
Michael Coteau, Minister of Children and Youth Services and the Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism, successfully had two legislations passed on June 1st that will create a better future for all children, youth and people of colour. Read more

Fanshawe helps Middlesex-London EMS hold cardiac arrest survivor day
Middlesex-London Emergency Medical Services (EMS) held their 5th Annual Cardiac Arrest Survivor Day event at Fanshawe Student Union's (FSU) Oasis on June 2. Read more

Increase to Ontario minimum wage
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, announced on May 30 of plans to implement measures in plans to create a fairer work environment for those employed within the province.  Read more

Cash prize up for grabs with Deal or No Deal
Fanshawe students came out to test their luck to try to win $1,000 cash prize at the Fanshawe Student Union's (FSU) Deal or No Deal event in Forwell Hall on May 30. Read more


From the Editor
Hi Fanshawe and welcome to the latest volume of the Interrobang. With a new year of issues comes a new editor and that's why Iím writing to you. My name is Melissa Novacaska and I will be the paper's editor for the 2017-2018 year. Read more

Festivals to enjoy this summer
Fanshawe students will be able to enjoy a variety of festivals during this summer. There will be a large array of entertainment during the festivities including music, dance, crafts, a rodeo and much more! Read more

Our guide to the hottest places to buy a cold one
Summer would not be the same without afternoons spent at London;s most popular bars and patios. To make the best of your experience this summer, check out our list of the hottest places in the city to buy a cold one. Read more