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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

Fanshawe athletics welcomes new flooring designs
With the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men's Volleyball National Championships drawing closer and closer, Fanshawe Athletics decided to completely renovate the Glenn Johnson Athletic Centre's floor. Read more

Volleyball's Meghan Morelli makes Fanshawe history
Meghan Morelli, member of the Fanshawe women's volleyball team, made Fanshawe history on Jan. 26 by breaking two Fanshawe records. The 19-year-old not only scored 22 kills in one night (the most kills made by a Falcon in Fanshawe history), but also scored a combined 27 points in the match. Read more

Knights' Night: New faces making immediate impact for Knights
The OHL trade deadline has been extremely kind to the London Knights so far. The additions of Dante Salituro, Mitch Vande Sompel and Mitchell Stephens have made an already talented team even better. Read more

Anique Daley: A true star on and off the court
Fourth year women's basketball player Anique Daley is a star on and off the court. Not only is she fifth overall for points on the team with 93, but she's also one of most athletic players in the OCAA according to head coach Bill Carriere. Read more

Motoring: 2017 Subaru Legacy 2.5 Touring: Car of the Year?
Back in 2015, the Automotive Journalist Association of Canada (AJAC) awarded the Subaru Legacy with their Car of the Year crown. That surprised many, because the Legacy model largely goes ignored these days. 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

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

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

Knights' Night: New faces emerge as Knights win two of three on busy weekend
With newcomers Mitchell Stephens, Dante Salituro and Mitch Vande Sompel in the line-up, there was a buzz around London, as fans anxiously waited to see the new faces put their talents to use. But after a puck hit Victor Mete in the ear early in the first period against the Saginaw Spirit, a full roster was just not meant to be for the Knights.  Read more

Motoring: 2017 BMW 330e: The car of the future
Welcome to 2017. Let's kick off with what would have been considered, not so long ago, as the car of the future. The 2017 BMW 330e combines both an electric car and a conventional car. Read more

Knights' Night: Knights gearing up for long playoff run
With a Memorial Cup under their belt in 2016, anything less than another championship this May would be a disappointment for the London Knights. And they've taken the necessary steps to ensure they're in the best position possible come playoff time. Read more

Men's volleyball start 2017 on a strong note
After an impressive first half of the season in 2016, Fanshawe's men's volleyball has earned a well-deserved spot in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Rankings. Read more

Motoring - 2017 Volvo S90 T6: Well worth the price
Last year, Volvo launched their much anticipated, second generation model of the XC90 SUV. This was the first among the new breed of Volvo products, and gave reviewers and consumers more than just a glimpse of what the future holds for Volvo. Read more

Knights' Night: World Juniors fever hits as Knights continue to roll
In their last 11 games heading into Dec. 9's tilt against the Mississauga Steelheads, the London Knights had won nine and lost two in a shootout. In the same span of games, the Steelheads had won just two games. Read more

Fanshawe's team updates
Need a little catch up on our sports team after the well-deserved, exam-free holiday break? Look no further as the team spirit should and will be high, for the most part. Read more

T'is the season for winter tires
Well folks, we're now into the winter season, and if you've lived in Canada for some time now, you'll know that messy weather is on its way. 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

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

A first time for everything
Fanshawe has many accomplishments; they produce great minds and athletes alike. And the men's volleyball team is no exception. They've rocketed up to the number one spot in the national rankings of CCAA. Read more

A true Fanshawe hero
You can sum up how you describe Seth Marcaccio in one word: champion. This title is easily given to him after Marcaccio won Fanshawe's first-ever CCAA individual gold medal for men's cross country. Read more
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Knights' Night: Winning atmosphere taking over in London
When the news broke that Mitch Marner, Christian Dvorak and Matthew Tkachuk had left junior hockey for good, there was reasonable concern in London. But based on the play we've been seeing lately, the boys are just fine. Read more

Motoring: Farewell to the BMW Z4
The arrival of cold weather is just around the corner so allow me to brighten up your forecast by reviewing a two-seat roadster from BMW. 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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OCAA Standings
See where your Fanshawe Falcons sit among other OCAA teams in the standings. Read more